Here’s the latest on what’s become a daily report on whatever foolishness Kanye West puts on his Twtter timeline. Today lots of folks are angry that Kanye linked to his own website to stream his new album, “The Life of Pablo,” only to find when you get to the website that all that’s there is a 30 sec. clips of each song.
Stream THE LIFE OF PABLO on https://t.co/shjFIS65Ia
— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) February 17, 2016
After the 30 sec. clip, you have to subscribe to the music-streaming service Tidal to hear the rest:
its 30 sec previews why did u lie? https://t.co/ipJN3Q7Ejc
— Baked Alaska (@bakedalaska) February 17, 2016
false advertising = black hat marketing tactics https://t.co/KV8vGPPzsZ
— Everette Taylor (@Everette) February 17, 2016
LOL ONLY PLAYS 30 Secs then you need to sign up to Tidal https://t.co/ibJSSO9sWs
— DontBeSaad20 (@DontBeSaad20) February 17, 2016
The Tidal rope-a-dope!! Wow. https://t.co/7hnOXqGgc1
— BrownBlaze (@brownblaze) February 17, 2016
THIS IS ONLY THE FIRST 30 SECONDS OF EACH SONG I HATE YOU https://t.co/IKwgCvD59X
— Slumpty Dumpty™ (@TheBrasilianKid) February 17, 2016
This is a fkin lie, it makes you go on tidal to listen to the full album https://t.co/GmURLqIYyX
— Champagne Manny (@ripmindofmanuel) February 17, 2016
Very misleading https://t.co/a7FkwQ0vRu
— Jacob Quintana (@JDefMusic) February 17, 2016
Hey, you can’t cover $53 million in debt by streaming your songs for free!
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