In case you missed it, Jay Z, Beyonce and slew of famous musicians launched a new streaming service called TIDAL.
Basically, it's something similar to Spotify but you'll be charged 20 quid a month for what Jay Z, Kanye and co say with be better sound, files that you can't lose and a heap of music videos. You can see the ad below.
But despite an attempt to push #TIDALforALL and have the public embrace this new idea and service, #TIDALforNOONE instead trended. And people were not impressed.
25 million tracks. 75,000 music videos. $9.99. Sign up with TIDAL now and get the first 30 days on us. #TIDALforALL
— TIDAL (@TIDALHiFi) April 1, 2015
— Justin Matters (@JudasNokktern) March 31, 2015
— not a dee jay (@djcap) March 31, 2015
— heat & heatworld.com (@heatworld) March 31, 2015
— Rolando Nieves (@Rolando_Nieves) March 31, 2015
I always love it when multimillionaires tell me how I should spend my money....on them. #TIDALforNOONE
— Lisa (@lisanewton90) April 1, 2015
— Jordan (@monstermermaid) April 1, 2015