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Yandel Becomes First Latin Artist to Live Stream Concert on Tidal

Urban Latin artist Yandel is making history. It was recently revealed that he has become the first Latin artist to live stream a concert on Jay Z's Tidal.

Diddy, Jay Z, Drake, Dr. Dre & Pharrell Williams Top Forbes' 2015 Hip-Hop Cash Kings List

On Tuesday, Forbes released its 2015 Hip-Hop Cash Kings list. Diddy, Jay Z, Drake, Dr. Dre and Pharrell Williams round out this year's top five.

Arcade Fire's Win Butler Blames Major Labels for "Ruining" Tidal's Business

Arcade Fire's Win Butler, and his wife and co-band leader Régine Chassagne, took part in the highly criticized celebrity launch of Jay Z's Tidal music streaming service, and while he's still a supporter, the indie artist admitted in an interview ...

Prince's Album 'HITNRUN' no Longer a Tidal Exclusive, Technically

No, you can't stream Prince's 'HITNRUN' anywhere but Tidal. Sorry Spotify fans. However, now you can purchase the physical CD directly from Jay Z's streaming service or one of the more established digital marketplaces such as Amazon or iTunes.

Beyonce, Jay Z Being Outed From Their California Home

According to reports, hip hop royalty, Beyonce and Jay Z, are being outed from their California home. Sources say that within the next couple of weeks, the power couple will be forced to leave the Holmby Hills Estate they moved into in February of ...

Made in America 2015 Highlights: The Weeknd, Beyonce and Celeb Sightings

Made In America 2015 top moments still has us reminiscing over the Labor Day weekend festival that welcomed thousands of fans on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia. With Beyoncé and The Weeknd headlining the two-day festivities, dedicated ...

Beyonce Slays Headlining Set at 2015's Budweiser Made in America Festival

The audience at Saturday's 2015 Budweiser Made in America Festival fell "Crazy in Love" with Beyonce as she kicked off her headlining set in Philadelphia with a slow, sultry rendition of the hit before launching into the fierce and original "Crazy in ...

Prince Says "It's a Bad Time For Music," Cites Lack of Creativity

Prince has always been critical of the music industry, but usually that criticism is directed at labels and the bureaucratic, political machine that runs the industry, not the artists themselves. Now he's turned his eye to artists though and in an ...

Jay Z Joins Instagram, Makes First Post & Then Deactivates Account

Yesterday marked an important day in music history. All over the world, stars and fans of the late great "King of Pop," Michael Jackson, paid homage to the fallen icon in the form of social media messages for his birthday. In honor of the musical ...

J. Cole's 'Forest Hills Drive' & Nicki Minaj's 'Pinkprint' Tours Lead In Ticket Sales

The summer of 2015 has been a bit quieter on the rap front as a bigger artists have opted to stay off the road. Nicki Minaj's "The Pinkprint" tour and J. Cole's "Forest Hills Drive" tour have been the leading hip-hop tours with the highest demand on ...

6 Lopsided Hip-Hop Beefs: Eminem, Cassidy, El-P Eviscerate Foes

Meek Mill is trying to put this whole Drake beef behind him, as the latter emcee has won on every front—from diss tracks to social media—since the former decided it would be wise to accuse him of ghostwriting. We always here about the great rap ...

Big Pimpin' Finally Gets Trial Date

Jay Z, Timbaland and other representatives of various music agencies will finally come to court to comment on one of the longest-running lawsuits in the United States, questioning the use of a sample in the single "Big Pimpin'." The emcee and the ...

Prince Compares Record Contracts To Slavery, Defends TIDAL

In a private meeting with 10 journalists at his Minneapolis studio on Saturday night, Prince discussed some of the hot topics on his mind in the music industry. No phones or recording devices where allowed in the studio at all, so only a few quotes ...

Biggest Contracts in Music History: Jay Z, Lil Wayne, Michael Jackson and More

Stevie Wonder struck it rich 40 years ago on this day when he signed what was, at that point in history, the most lucrative music contract ever: $13 million for seven years and seven albums for Motown/Tamla Records. Granted, things have gotten bigger ...

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