Jay Z, owner of music streaming service Tidal, slammed his biggest competitors in a freestyle rap in New York City this weekend.
Spotify, Apple, Google and YouTube were all part of Jay Z’s rap, his answer to the critics who’ve accused the artist of launching Tidal to make more money. It’s not the first time he’s defended his streaming service: Last month the rapper argued how Tidal was in fact doing pretty well, tweeting out a slew of #TidalFacts, some of which, well, didn’t turn out to be facts.
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