This spring, Jay Z premiered his overly-ambitious and arguably ill-advised music streaming service, Tidal. And turns out he’s got about as much faith in it as the next guy—which is to say not at all.
“I make music. I’m a rapper. I’ve got a clothing line. I run a label . . . Roc Nation, with a sports agency, music publishing and management . . . restaurants and nightclubs. I think that about covers it.” When Bart reminded him, “You have a music-streaming service, don’t you?”
Jay admitted of the service, Tidal, “Yeah, yeah. Forgot about that.”
Stars—they’re just like us.