And did you express an outburst of frustration when you discovered that their fresh album, announced during their London show, Everything Is Love, was only available on Tidal upon its release? Us too!
Snoop Dogg is part of our crew, too – and he took to social media to vent his annoyance at the Jay-Z-owned streaming platform over the weekend.
Basically, hes all of us.
While we should point out that Everything Is Love is now available on all major streaming platforms, lets still put aside a bit of time to nod in agreement with Snoop being upset at this latest Tidal exclusive.
I wanna say Tidals full of shit, Snoop said on social media. Theyve got a lot of bullshit going on. N****s dont know how to get to it, get to the music.
You see Nas had problems uploading his own motherfucking music [in regards to the delay prior to Nasirs release on Friday night].
Now Jay-Z, you know I love you, he added. But all this futuristic, sci-fi thinking, next-level shit? Knock it off man, make this shit easy, man.
Now I dont even know how to get yours and Beyoncés album. Can yall just use iTunes, SoundCloud or Amazon, regular shit?
I know yall are trying to get a lot of money, but yall fucking a lot of people up with this. Some n****s is dumb and dont know how to upload or download.
Tidal: yall need instructions. Thank you.
Thats told them, then.