How much she made off Tidal is irrelevant. It was all about pushing customers to her hubby's streaming platform.Would be interested to know how much money she has made on each platform—though at this point I doubt many people care about a listening to a three year old album.
I had to reply to this. Beyonce is a much bigger artist than Jay Z has ever been. It's not even close. Jay Z is bolstered by her, not the other way around.But something tells me if Jay-Z married the lead singer from En Vouge, they would have the same success.
(I'm only half joking).
Yep. The relevance to news about Apple is about the push and pull of dealings in the music/streaming industry, not about the album/artist in the story, but so many here seem to think we really want to know about their musical taste (and funny how the loudest ones are the ones who are in a hurry to tell us they don't like that music, thinking for some reason we care). As if the site was "news about Apple plus bonus music reviews from random people". Her music doesn't do much for me (not that that matters), but even I know that "Lemonade" was an album that had considerable impact - and the album becoming available on Apple Music is a small but valid bit of news about Apple and the streaming music business.Here come “I don’t like Beyoncé” posts.
Depends, are you as well known of an artist as she is? Was it a big deal, 3 years ago, that your album (which hit number one on Billboard) was on a new alternate service and not on Apple Music? If not, then why should MR show you any love?Will MR show me love too, when I drop my 3 year old album on Apple Music?
"This is music nowadays? This isn't The Beatles, Queen or Pink Floyd!"Here come “I don’t like Beyoncé” posts.
YesOh and was I the only one who thought she was singing “single lettuce” rather than “single ladies” in her song Single Ladies?