He points out that a handful of days right after the undertaking was launched, Kanye announced on Twitter that it would never be for sale and that it would not be obtainable on Apple Music, only Tidal. A legal for the claimant informed Pitchfork: “Mr. Baker-Rhett believes that superstars are required to adhere to the exact same rules as everybody else”. The lawsuit also lists a organization owned by rapper Jay Z, who controls Tidal and enlisted leading musicians such as West to promote the support, as a defendant. Baker-Rhett would like a judge to force the business to delete data of customers who signed up strictly for TLOP Although West has broken his guarantees about his album’s availability, he is unlikely to go back on his vow that it will not be released as a physical record or CD. In making these tiny teeny-weeny lies of omission, the company earned about $84 million USA, and has collected hundreds of thousands of people’s credit score card info and private data. Attorneys for Kanye West, Jay Z and Tidal had no comment on the matter.