Kanye West splits with Tidal, says company owes him $3 million

Posted July 03, 2017

Tidal have also allegedly threatened to sue Kanye if he tries to release his music on a rival streaming site, as they have exclusive rights to his work.

"Were told Kanye has complained the company owes him money - more than Dollars 3 million", the sources added.

He's apparently citing money drama as the reason for walking, with TMZ reporting that West's complained about Tidal owing him more than $3.9 million (US$3 million) (ouch).

News of the dispute between Tidal and West comes just as Jay Z drops his "4:44" album which includes several lines believed to be disses at West. Tidal claims that Kanye never delivered the videos as promised.

Our sources say a month ago Kanye's lawyer sent a letter to Tidal, saying the company was in breach and the contract was terminated.Over the next 2 weeks lawyers for both sides tried to resolve the conflict but failed.

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Jay Z, one of the artists that owns TIDAL, has been the service's most prominent champion.

Vulture reports that if Kanye jumps ship, TIDAL will sue. Jay Z, I know you got killers.

The slams come after Kanye ranted about Jay Z on stage a year ago, asking him to call him and begging him not to send one of his "killas" to finish him off.

Us Weekly has reached out to Tidal and West's rep for comment. "Please don't send them at my head".

In an interview coinciding with the album's release, JAY-Z said "Kill JAY-Z" is "really about the ego". In November, while on stage in California, Kanye called out JAY-Z, saying, "Jay-Z - call me, bruh". I went down seven years on behalf of you, ' railed the temperamental star during his concert. 'I am putting my career, my life, my public standing at risk when I talk to y'all like this. In 2015, intense speculation surrounding Tidal's performance forced Jay-Z to defend the service in a Twitter rant.