Kanye West Reportedly Launching Streaming Company Called Yeezy Sound

Is the G.O.O.D. Music founder ready to take on Jay-Z's Tidal?

(AllHipHop News) Kanye West's split with Jay-Z's Tidal could have been the first step in Ye starting his own streaming service. The Blast reports the G.O.O.D. Music founder filed a trademark for "Yeezy Sound."

According to the documents, the purpose of Yeezy Sound is to be able to stream "music, audio, images, video and other multimedia content over the internet.” There was no indication when the company would be officially unveiled.

However, the last week has seen a lot of activity from the G.O.O.D. team. Kid Cudi brought out Kanye at his Chicago concert. Big Sean released the new track "Pull Up N Wreck," and Desiigner tweeted, "GOOD MUSIC. We Coming Back Real Strong."

Kanye parted ways with Tidal due to a reported $3.5 million dispute over unpaid advances and bonuses. The Chicago native was also supposedly responsible for doubling the number of Tidal subscribers after premiering his The Life Of Pablo album on the platform in 2016.

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Kanye going after Tidal, I read Taylor Swift is starting her own site as well. How does Jay not pay him 3.5 mill, when Jay always talking about almost being a billionaire. Unless Jay is not as liquid as its claimed, oftentimes people are worth a lot in stocks, royalties, property, etc.