Jay-Z recently acquired his own music streaming service with the intention of taking on big names like Spotify, Pandora, Rdio and Beats Music. The Tidal service has been offering their premium level subscription for a rather steep monthly rate of $20. This morning, the service took to Twitter with the following tweet, announcing a significant price drop on their premium service:
— TIDAL (@TIDAL) March 30, 2015
This new pricing structure puts it on par with both Spotify and Rdio and the widely-known rap star has his sights on the top by way of exclusive partnerships with artists. Taylor Swift, who recently removed all her content from Spotify has inked a deal with Tidal and has added her previous records to the service except for her most recent album dubbed “1989”.
For any serious audiophiles out there, Tidal also offers a $20 a month subscription which gives you the same access as the premium option with higher “lossless” sound quality. If you want to sign up for a free 7-day trial of the Tidal service, you can do so here.
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