Mark Ronson is not happy with Tidal after he was unable to access JAY-Z‘s new album 4:44 despite signing up for a subscription to the streaming service.
After the album was released exclusively on Tidal, Mark signed up to use the service and got a message that read, “JAY-Z 4:44 is only accessible to Sprint/Tidal customers and all Tidal accounts established prior to June 26th during the exclusive period.”
“I signed up for Tidal solely to listen to a Jay Z album, which turns out is the only thing I can’t listen to on Tidal,” Marktweeted with the screencap on the album’s release day, Friday (June 30). He added, “Why the f**k else would I be signing up for this bull ish?”
“I’ve. Bought. Every. Jay Z Album. The. Day. Of. Release. Usually. On. Vinyl. At. Rock N Soul Records,” Mark continued. “Tidal gripe aside. It’s pretty f**king incredible so far #444album.”
Luckily, 4:44 is now available as a free download for everyone!