Kanye West's new album might hit Apple Music, Spotify tomorrow
Anybody who’s conversant in Kanye’s antics is aware of to all the time take his phrases with a grain of salt. Again in February, after releasing The Lifetime of Pablo solely on Tidal (a music service he owns a stake on), West tweeted that the album would “by no means by no means by no means be on Apple [Music].” However, fortunately for a few of his followers, it seems to be like that assertion will not maintain true. Based on reviews from Mashable and Recode, citing sources acquainted with the matter, TLOP shall be launched on Apple Music and Spotify this Friday, April 1st. Shocker.
My album won’t ever by no means by no means be on Apple. And it’ll by no means be on the market… You’ll be able to solely get it on Tidal.
— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) February 15, 2016
Over the previous few days, songs from the The Lifetime of Pablo began displaying up outdoors of Tidal. First it was Well-known, a monitor that provides a shoutout to Taylor Swift and, most lately, I Love Kanye – as if we would have liked reassurance of Kanye’s love for himself. Main as much as tomorrow’s purported arrival of The Lifetime of Pablo on Apple Music and Spotify, Kanye has up to date the album for Tidal listeners, making modifications to 12 of the 19 songs featured on it. It isn’t the primary time he is finished this, nevertheless: Wolves lately noticed the reintroduction of vocals from artists Vic Mensa and Sia.
Should you’re an Apple Music or Spotify subscriber, we do not advocate holding your breath for TLOP. As a result of that is Kanye we’re speaking about, and within the lifetime of Kanye, something can occur.