Taylor Swift is going rogue when it comes to music streaming. A new report claims Taylor has filed the papers to set up what sounds like a music streaming service in the style of Spotify, Apple Music or Tidal. According to TMZ, Taylor is trying to start a website “featuring non-downloadable multi-media content in the nature of audio recordings.” Taylor reportedly wants to call the site “Swifties.”
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DNCE just continues booking even more performances and shows now that the band isn’t opening for Selena Gomez’s “Revival Tour.” Just a few days after announcing that the they were headed to Dubai for the “Fiests De Los Muertos,” the member of DNCE revealed they will be joining Beyoncé, Alicia Keys, Nicki Minaj and more impressive names at the upcoming Tidal benefit concert.
(Photo credits: FPA/FAMEFLYNET PICTURES; Tidal Instagram account; DNCE Twitter account)
Redemption is on Rihanna’s radar. Coming off of a huge honor at last weekend’s MTV Video Music Awards and a quartet of subpar performances, it seems the singer has something to prove. Rihanna took to the stage on night one of the Budweiser Made In America Festival in Philadelphia on Saturday to perform an hour-long set complete with tracks from her latest album “ANTI,” and a few older fan favorites.
From the looks of it, Rihanna took a few pages from her “ANTI Worls Tour” playbook, which she recently ended.
Check out video of Rihanna in action below.
What do you think about Rihanna’s performance?
(Photo credit: RihannaDaily Twitter account)
If you were unable to snag a ticket to Nick Jonas and Demi Lovato’s opening night of “Honda Civic Tour: Future Now” or if you’re looking for a preview, Tidal has got you covered. The music streaming service announced that it will be exclusively broadcasting Nick and Demi’s debut stop in Atlanta on Wednesday. Since Nick has been working closely with Tidal on his documentary series, it seems likely that more can be expected from the partnership throughout the tour’s duration.
The #TIDALXFUTURENOW live-stream will begin June 29 at 8pm ET.
Check out Tidal’s announcement below.
Will you be tuning in?
(Photo credits: justcatchmedemi and Tidal Twitter accounts)