The company is late in royalties to the three after the Norwegian publicati Dagens Naeringsliv cited by Music Business Worldwide l '; Allegati was supported by two Norwegian companies, the Propeller Records label and its distributor, Sy's Phofile.
Propeller's CEO, Frithjof Boye Hungnes, actually claimed that his label had not been paid for tidal flows since October, and that people were talking about removing their music from the service.
Recently Dagens Naeringsliv also revealed that Tidal had boosted the counters of Beyce's "Lemade" album and "The Life of Pablo" from West. The records were brief exclusives, helping to attract people who could have turned to Spotify or Apple Music
The charge was made after a year-lg investigati, with evidence including the Forensic analysis of a hard drive supposed to ctain raw data from Tidal. The company accused DN of perpetrating a "smear campaign" using "stolen and manipulated" data.
Nevertheless, the fee collecti organizati Koda is currently auditing Tidal data based Sy and Universal. would have w millis of West and Beyce albums. A Norwegian …