Jay-Z has released a new playlist that he curated for Tidal.
The 22-piece set includes appearances from Babyface Ray, 42 Dugg, EST Gee, Lil Durk, Gunna, Drake, Tems, Future, Kanye West and more. Songs from K Dot and Pusha T‘s new albums Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers and It’s Almost Dry are also included.
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In 2021, he released a playlist dedicated to Nas, and in 2020 he shared a year-end playlist featuring Drake, Pop Smoke and The Weeknd, among others; the second installation of Songs for Survival, the first of which came in 2016; and a playlist featuring Megan Thee Stallion, Lil Baby, Polo G, Jay Electronica, Fiona Apple, Lil Uzi Vert and more.
In May 2021, Hov sold the majority ownership of Tidal to Jack Dorsey’s Square for $302 million.
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Jay often shares his own playlists on Tidal and comments on his talents as a curator in June 2021. “I found a lot of songs on Tidal, my playlist game is A++. I’m challenging everyone out there,” he joked. “Absolutely, you know, I’m at the top of the list creators.”
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Jay Z Fights Legal Battle Against Damon Dash
Jay and Damon Dash clash over the rights to Reasonable Doubt.
Legal strife rages between the former founders of Roc-A-Fella Records. Damon claims to own 1/3 of the album along with Jay-Z and Kareem “Biggs” Burke. He tried to sell the rights in June of 2021. Meanwhile, Jay Z stepped in. Jay and his lawyers stopped the auction. He filed a lawsuit against Damon Dash.
According to AllHipHop, the famous rapper and legal team own and control Damon’s only Reasonable Doubt entity, RAF, Inc. They claimed to be shareholders of the company. They argued that Damon had no right to sell the company’s assets. However, the negotiations remained inconclusive.
“RAF, Inc. and Defendant Damon Dash have reached an impasse and are unable, at this time, to reach a stipulation to resolve their claims and counterclaims,” Jay-Z’s lawyer Alex Spiro revealed.
According to Alex Spiro, Damon acknowledged the “lack of ownership interest in Reasonable Doubt.”
The legal battle will continue in court in June.
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