Does Jay-Z address his feud with Kanye on 'Everything Is Love'?


NY rapper Nas might not say it so the Internet is imagining what's going on through his head with JAY-Z and Beyoncé's new Everything Is Love dropping hours after his NASIR studio release arrived.

Jay-Z appears to dissect his feud with Kanye West on "Everything Is Love", after his joint album with Beyonce dropped last weekend. Jay-Z and Beyonce, along with a host of other marquee music stars, launched Tidal three year ago on the premise it was a music service by artists, for artists - and would unlock material from those big-name stars that you couldn't get anywhere else. In the song, the Grammy victor referenced how she has yet to release Lemonade to the streaming service.

"Everything is Love", however, found its way early Monday onto Spotify and rival services such as Apple Music and Deezer as well as iTunes.

On Saturday, JAY and Bey shocked fans by releasing their surprise new LP. Notably, it's only available on Spotify's Premium tier.

"If I gave two f*** about streaming numbers woulda put Lemonade on Spotify", Beyonce raps. Dagens Naeringsliv, a business newspaper in Norway where Tidal had its roots before Jay-Z's purchase, last month said that the company had been inflating its figures, a charge the firm denied.