In March of this year rap mogul Jay-Z launch his streaming service TIDAL with the help of celebrity friends Nicki Minaj, Madonna, Rihanna & of course his wife Beyonce. After it's launch many people felt that the service would not do well & rumors began to circulate that the new company was in the process of crumbling, but that's not true at all. Just a few weeks ago Jay put on a concert in Brooklyn, New York called TIDAL x 1020 where acts like Usher, Lil' Wayne, Prince, T.I., Damien Marley & Bey put on a show for fans, basically in efforts to draw more attention to the service with provided exclusives content from various music artists. According to new reports Sean Carter has more tricks up his sleeve to continue building his already solid empire.
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According to Variety.com the rapper turned businessman is in the process of bring two new television series to life. The first is titled No Small Talk that follows the lives of up & coming comedians that will debut on November 3rd. The following the first show it will be Money & Violence a Brooklyn street life drama that will premiere in January of 2016.
There is no doubt that Jay-Z will continue to grow TIDAL in more then just a music streaming service, but will also build it into a multi-media platform. While there aren't many services that offer this type of content is it enough to bring in more subscribers & people who strongly believe that it can stand the test of time? I guest we all will have to see when No Small Talk premieres on November 3rd.
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