Tidal, Jay-Z’s new streaming service, hasn’t had a good first month. It seems that people just can’t get enough of NOT feeling any empathy for millionaire musicians whinging about not having enough money.
It’s been a bad first month for Tidal and Jay-Z. Not only has the streaming service dropped out of the iPhone Top 700 app download chart, it has also helped its competitors – Spotify and Pandora – become more popular.
One clever YouTuber has re-imagined how Jay-Z could have marketed his product a bit better.
It doesn’t seem like people are buying what Jay-Z is selling.
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