Kanye West’s album that he said would ‘never never never be on Apple’ is now on Apple Music

“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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        1. Really? You think so eh? Typical for someone who has no idea what they’re talking about along with their craptastic corrupted music taste (cat screeching “music” downloads would be greeted as musical greatness by mentally incapacitated dimwits like you).

          I have heard it actually and it did not change my opinion not one whit and only reaffirmed West as a laughable buffoon and talentless boob. And make you look a total clueless ass.

        2. How the f**k do you know??? I don’t give a s**t if you believe me or not. You don’t believe in anything resembling integrity and taste. I heard it and it had the same residual musical effect of what’s deposited in a cat litter box on a regular basis. You keep digging a bigger clueless hole for yourself.

        3. Normally sarcasm would be an appropriate response to such painfully stupid comments, but I’m not entirely convinced HTML420 isn’t literally retarded.

          But in the off chance that retardation or missing chromosomes are not involved, here is someone with a severe mental capacity shortage making money off of music from the 70’s…

          Behold the treasure that is Kanye West “covering” Bohemian Rhapsody.

          Just so you don’t bother Googling it, Bohemian Rhapsody was released by Queen in 1975.

    1. Yeah I hope Kanyawn dies an ignominious career death, shot down in flames by his own considerable undeserved ego for talents most of the sane music world has yet to consider anything but aural garbage. This isn’t my Mom and Dad talking about rock ‘n roll, this is musically eclectic ‘ol me talking about knowing crappy, untalented, alleged music performers when he sees ’em. (That 60’s parental argument doesn’t fly in the 21st century.)

  1. He’s like a “serious artiste” or something. A typical “look at me” type. They are everywhere.

    The call of money ultimately gets them. Tidal is a failure and just hasn’t realized it yet.

      1. If the call of money is what you’re into music would be the very LAST thing you’d want to do! Only a microscopically tiny proportion of musicians make a living out of their own music, and it’s certainly nothing to do with musical skill.

  2. It’s obvious that money, and money alone, has made Kanye West change his tune. He already was presumptuous, rude, and profane. Those things alone weren’t enough to damn him to cosmic insignificance, but his revealed subservience to money has.

  3. Kayne West is one of the greatest talents oaf our generation. He has pushed the limits of what an artist can achieve through pure expression of creative will. He is also a man of varied interests and he has expressed an desire to enter inside of politics, so Apple was wise to put her music onto Apple Music.

    1. At the Republican National Convention, Kanye West will mount the stage and snatch the nomination from Donald Trump, telling him that Beyoncé should have won. The name Kanye means “the only one” in Swahili. He is the only person with more arrogance and swagger than Donald Trump.

      The only reason Kanye West didn’t run for President himself was because he was informed that the President’s salary is a paltry $400,000. “Chicken feed,” he reportedly spat. “I lost that much in Vegas yesterday. Got to be more, man.” He didn’t rule out a run for the White House in 2020, however, implying that his wife Kim fancies the idea of being First Lady. “The Presidency could be a great new spinoff of Keeping Up With the Kardashians. You know, world politics is a reality show anyway so why not sponsor it and make some money?”

  4. Wouldn’t it be brilliant if Apple had waited until he backed down and tried to put it on Apple Music, but then turned round and deleted it, saying that they were aware that he didn’t want to ever be on the Apple Store and have therefore withdrawn it from sale?

  5. wow…. just… wow. I’ve never heard a Kanye “song” before now. Just hit a few samples online.

    wow…. that is horrible.
    I thought his last stint on SNL was a skit.

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