Kanye stated originally that The Life Of Pablo would never be available anywhere else but TIDAL but old mate may have changed his mind with the album reportedly heading to multiple platforms tomorrow.
Mashable reports that the album is set to be made available on Spotify, Apple Music, Rhapsody, and Google Play tomorrow. This comes just over a month after he announced on Twitter, “My album will never never never be on Apple. And it will never be for sale… You can only get it on Tidal.”
This week, though, he made album cuts I Love Kanye and Famous available on platforms other than the Jay Z-owned TIDAL.
In a move that seems to be readying it for its launch out into the wider world, Kanye has also been tweaking his “living breathing changing creative expression”. He’s already made changes to Famous and Wolves, adding Sia and Vic Mensa to the latter but now he’s updated 12 more tracks.
Kanye fans on Reddit have noticed the changes made to a number of the tracks. They’re not as big as the changes to Wolves but are things like adding reverb to Ultralight Beams and fixing a loud snare on Waves.
You can check out an entire list of all the changes here.
Until the album drops elsewhere tomorrow, the new changes can only be heard on TIDAL.
Listen: Kanye West – Famous