West is one of Tidal's initial 16 artist-owners.

By Abby Hassler

Is Kanye West leaving JAY-Z’s Tidal streaming service for good?

According to a new report in Billboard, Kanye’s exclusive rights have been terminated due to Tidal’s alleged failure to honor its financial obligations.

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According to the source, West claims the subscription service owes him “more than $3 million” from the release of his hit record The Life of Pablo.

West alleges the album “resulted in 1.5 million new subscribers to Tidal, for which he was supposed to get a bonus but the company hasn’t paid.” The “Ultralight Beam” rapper is also claiming Tidal did not compensate him for his music videos.

West is one of Tidal’s initial 16 artist-owners.

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