- iSDaily Thursday – March 22nd, 2018 – Episode 047
On this episode of iSDaily Thursday with Lou Sander and Paul Gordon, On Shorter Leash, Taxing Robot Labor On Longer Leash, Wyoming Asset Waiver Blocker On Off The Leash, A Soda Tax Creates Liberty On iPonder, Reading the Signs and Preparing Your Kids [...]The post iSDaily Thursday – March 22nd, 2018 – Episode 047 appeared first on iState. […]
Get the lowdown on the Kanye West/ Jay Z feud once and for all. Who’s right and who’s wrong and should you really care?
Kanye West has quit JAY-Z’s streaming service Tidal, and has claimed that he’s owed more than $3 million by the company. So who’s going to come out on top? A lawyer breaks it down for us here!
Kanye West, 39, has broken up with Tidal, and by extension JAY-Z. While fans impatiently await an update, California Music Rights Attorney Melissa Dagodag tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively that depending on Kanye’s contract with Tidal, it could actually be either JAY OR Kanye who’s at fault here! Say what?! “Either one of these parties could be in breach of that contract depending on what it says,” Melissa explains.
We know that Ye’s lawyers have given Tidal a formal notice saying they feel they’re owed $3 million, but that might not be as dire as it sounds, as Melissa tells us. “Many contracts have a provision that talks about if someone is in breach, you have to give them notice that they’re in breach and then they typically have 30 days cure or rectify or correct that breach. So, they might have given one another notice of a breach so that that can be corrected and now Tidal can go ahead and pay him.” That means this could all blow over soon if Tidal pays Kanye what he’s asking for!
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Kanye West has quit JAY-Z’s streaming service Tidal, and has claimed that he’s owed more than $3 million by the company. So who’s going to come out on top? A lawyer breaks it down…