Posted by , Apr 22, 2015 at 05:00pm
DJ Skee just broke the news that Jay Z and Beyonce will be putting their joint album out through TIDAL.

Tidal is not doing well. Earlier today, it was reported that Kanye West may actually be distancing himself from the celebrity-owned streaming service due to its poor performance on the app store. Certainly, the "exclusive" content they've been offering hasn't been enough to sway users into paying for a subscription, or perhaps, the content simply hasn't met the desires of its audience.

A new report from DJ Skee suggests that Jay Z and Beyonce's rumored joint album is "nearing completion" and it'll be offered as a Tidal exclusive upon release. Such a move would easily be the biggest thing the service has offered, but whether it will pay off is yet to be seen.

As far as when we'll see the LP, we'll have to assume it'll be dropping unannounced for the time being.

Watch Skee's address below. He drops the news at the 1:50 mark.

Jay Z & Beyonce's Album Reportedly "Nearing Completion," Will Be TIDAL Exclusive

DJ Skee just broke the news that Jay Z and Beyonce will be putting their joint album out through TIDAL.


Tidal is not doing well. Earlier today, it was reported that Kanye West may actually be distancing himself from the celebrity-owned streaming service due to its poor performance on the app store. Certainly, the "exclusive" content they've been offering hasn't been enough to sway users into paying for a subscription, or perhaps, the content simply hasn't met the desires of its audience.

A new report from DJ Skee suggests that Jay Z and Beyonce's rumored joint album is "nearing completion" and it'll be offered as a Tidal exclusive upon release. Such a move would easily be the biggest thing the service has offered, but whether it will pay off is yet to be seen.

As far as when we'll see the LP, we'll have to assume it'll be dropping unannounced for the time being.

Watch Skee's address below. He drops the news at the 1:50 mark.

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