Kanye West has used his Twitter account in a multitude of ways since the turn of the new year, from defending his sexual habits against Amber Rose‘s cryptic revelations to verbally assaulting Wiz Khalifa. He’s also used it to promote his new album, The Life of Pablo, and the ideologies that surround it, one of which was his undying love and support for Jay Z‘s streaming service, TIDAL, which exclusively released the album in the wee hours of February 14, following a Saturday Night Live performance.
Yeezy went so far as in to say his album would “never be on Apple,” despite reports last year that he was in fact negotiating a deal at one point for Apple to be solely responsible for the initial release of his new album. However, sure enough, outside of bootleggers, the only place you could stream or download Pablo was on TIDAL for over a month. That has changed.
Def Jam announced this morning via a press release that TLOP is now available on all streaming services, including Apple Music and Spotify. This comes just days after a new version of the Rihanna-featured “Famous” and the album’s interlude, “I Love Kanye,” popped up on Apple and Spotify. Kanye’s reps are calling Pablo a “living” album, referencing the fact that weeks following its release ‘Ye is still “updating” and “fixing” certain songs, including chances on “Feedback” and “Wolves.” You can listen to it here on Apple, and here on Spotify.