JAY-Z's Controversial, Hard-Hitting Kanye West Disses Turning Into A Must-See Visual [Video]
Music mogul JAY-Z's epic "Kill Jay Z" music video is coming. Young Hov's TIDAL streaming service has teased its arrival this week.
This week, TIDAL lit up social media with some posts and preview clips of the upcoming visual.
.@S_C_'s "Kill Jay Z" x 7/21 x TIDAL https://t.co/We5OlPjQmL pic.twitter.com/gd9HTRaPfV
— TIDAL (@TIDALHiFi) July 17, 2017
#JAYZ's "Kill Jay Z" x 7/21 TIDAL TIDAL.com
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Recently, rap star 50 Cent promised his next album would not be as "smart" as JAY's 4:44.
"I have an album that I've been waiting to put out. JAY-Z just released a record recently. It was good I just said it was too smart. I think you do gotta dumb down the material to fit in what the culture's producing. It's a little more melody-driven and not as sophisticated as it was when I came in. I guess it's a place for it like that. [Album release date?] It'll be before the end of the year. It won't be as smart as the JAY-Z record. I want to make music people have fun to." (Access Hollywood Live)
Despite some stiff competition last week, JAY's 4:44 easily dominated the music sales chart.
Following a one-week Tidal exclusive, Jay-Z's 4:44 became available to purchase, as well as stream at most major DSPs-with the exception of Spotify, whose free tier took them out of the game. That said, the Roc Nation set has gone #1 on HITS' Sales Plus Streaming (SPS) Chart, moving 278k units this week. Slaughter Gang/Epic newcomer 21 Savage celebrates an impressive 74k bow for his debut studio album, Issa Album. (HITS Daily Double)
Recently, rap veteran Busta Rhymes and NBA champion Matt Barnes co-signed JAY's new 4:44 album.
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