Kanye West Fighting Of "The Life Of Paul," Demand The Use Of Your Own Tweet
Mr. West wants the case to be dismissed.
San Francisco, CA – Kanye West's infamous tweets — he spat while creating The Life of Paul — now come in handy for the rap superstar. Yeezy is the use of them to fight a class action lawsuit filed over the exclusive project of the TIDES of the implementation.
The lawsuit was filed in April 2016 by a fan named Justin Baker-Rhett, who claimed the West it limits the listeners of music in the subscription of the TIDES, because it would be the only place where fans could listen to the album. The case also pointed out a since deleted tweet from the West saying TLOP would never be in the Apple of Music, which the plaintiff says it was done to save the TIDES. Finally, the LP was not only available for streaming and download on Apple, but also Spotify and West of the site.
According to court documents obtained by TMZ, Kanye wants that the case be dismissed and it is through a tweet in March of 2016, saying TLOP is a "living breathing changing creative expression" to prove their point.
The TIDES of the subscription of the increased numbers of more than three million dollars due to the release of TLOP. It was transmitted in more than 250 million times in the first 10 days of its launch in February 2016. Some songs it was also through changes in the following weeks and months, including the Possibility that the Rapper's part in the "Lightweight Lightning" and Frank Ocean, in addition to the "Wolves".
Kanye is also in a battle with the TIDES, and has made it clear that you do not want to have anything to do with the streaming platform despite being legally bound to the company. He has been very vocal about his displeasure with the trend of only releasing music through a platform because it restricts the music's range potential.