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 Unveiled with backing of some of music’s top stars, the Tidal streaming service led by rap mogul Jay Z has gotten off to a rocky start. After a brief spike in interest following its relaunch on March 30th, Tidal was on April 22th, 2015 the 872nd most downloaded iPhone app in the United States, and the 51st among music apps. It has fared little better in most other countries. Sweden, Tidal’s base, was the only country where it entered the top five list for downloaded apps, according to tracking service App Annie. (Photograph/AFP/Getty Images)

Jay Z took to Twitter to defend his new streaming music service Tidal, after news reports suggested that the app was slipping into early oblivion. I(...)

Daft Punk and Beyonce at the Tidal music service announcement in. Jay Z unveiled his plans for Tidal, a subscription streaming service that he said will be majority-owned by artists themselves. Photographs:New York Times.

Some of the world’s biggest names in music including Beyonce, Cold Play’s Chris Martin, and Rihanna are backing Jay Z’s new global streaming music se(...)

US rap star Jay Z will make a $56 million foray into the music streaming business by taking over the Norwegian service Wimp

Hip-hop star Jay-Z is buying a Scandinavian music streaming company for $56 million to add to a business empire that has spanned clothing and sports b(...)