Music lovers interested in Jay's startup can enjoy the service free for seven days, but then have to shell out $20 a month to keep the subscription. Ouch!
No word whether Swifty will stay on the platform come its March 30 relaunch, or if she'll develop bad blood there, too.
In other news, Tidal is already making waves.
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