“After six weeks of streaming exclusively on Tidal, the Jay-Z-backed music service, Kanye West’s latest album, ‘”The Life of Pablo,”‘ was released to other streaming platforms like Spotify and Apple Music,” The Associated Press report.
“The wide release comes after West tweeted in February that the album ‘will never never never be on Apple. And it will never be for sale,'” AP reports.
“The tweet appeared to be deleted from West’s timeline as of Friday,” AP reports.
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MacDailyNews Take: Smirk.
Let’s not all rush out to stream “The Life of Pablum” from this fool, m’kay?
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