He's all about his Tidal though. His competitive streaming service claims to pay artists more for the rights to music and brags constantly about its lossless music quality.
Emilia Clark, or Daenarys Targaryen as you probably know her, gave a long interview to Harper's Bazaar in which she spilled some intriguing little tidbits about what became of her dear dragon eggs.
"Apparently Jay Z bought one for Beyoncé, or something," she laughs. "I don't know." No eggs reside in the Clarke residence because "they are really, really, really expensive and they are really fucking heavy and serious works of art." Like Fabergé? "Eggs-actly! Eggs-cellent!"
Also, did we really need the puns, Emilia?
Jay-Z welcomed the media and a bunch of other mega-huge artists to a March 30 press conference to relaunch his recently purchased music streaming service Tidal.
It's supposed to serve as some sort of musician-owned alternative to Spotify and Rdio, but the weirdness of the press conference might have eclipsed whatever the stars had to say about the $20-a-month ($10 for a lo-fi version) lossless service.
Ever wondered what Jay-Z's "99 problems" actually are? Artist Ali Graham is doing his best to expose them in his new Tumblr blog 99 Problems, featuring illustrations of Hova dealing with various frustrations and inconveniences ranging from brushing dirt off his shoulder to figuring out "where Brooklyn at." So far, over 40 of the rapper's problems have been featured, with ne