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Music Industry Website Outs Jay Z On Falsifying His Album Sales Using Tidal And The Billboard Charts Reject His Fake Numbers

July 13. 2017

Jay Z accepting platinum plaque he did not earn

The music industry site Hits Daily Double has busted Jay Z on falsifying album sales (again). Jay Z used his failed music streaming site Tidal to inflate his numbers. Afraid of album sales failure, Jay Z signed a deal with mobile company Sprint to buy 1,000,000 copies of the album at cut rate prices, for next to nothing, to distribute as free downloads to their customers.

Jay Z continues to inflate his streaming numbers, which Hits Daily Double exposed as fake sales this week, much like the Judiciary Report has stated in the past. Hits Daily Double did the math and revealed that for Jay Z's streaming sales to be what he claims, people using flopped Tidal would have had to stream the album 1.5 billion times. Tens of millions of people, streaming the album once an hour - and we all know that did not happen. 

The Recording Industry Association Of America (RIAA) again gave Jay Z a platinum plaque he did not earn, based on false, non-existent sales. Therefore, Jay Z basically bought and cheated his way into a platinum album again, much like he did when Samsung distributed his previous release for free. Much like he did when Soundscan busted him on a scam of paying retailers to run the same copies of his CD through registers twice. Jay Z's career is all hype.

It a negative twist for Jay Z, the Billboard charts have rejected his new album, refusing to include it on the charts. Jay Z must now release the album in a format the public can pay money to receive, in order for it to chart. However, being the fraud he is, Jay Z will once again submit more falsified streaming numbers to hide the fact his music career is and has been in the toilet for years, suffering from low sales.


Wednesday, July 5, 2017 - Jay-Z’s 4:44 has been certified platinum by the RIAA. The mogul and rap icon’s acclaimed new Roc Nation set, which has been available exclusively via Tidal with a Sprint promotion, apparently did not—despite what you might’ve read elsewhere—reach this milestone so quickly based on Tidal streams.

We reach this conclusion in part because those streams have not been reported, and also because Tidal’s entire subscriber base would have to have streamed the album once every hour since release to get to 1.5 billion streams, which is platinum SEA. (New trial users were prevented from accessing the album until that policy was reportedly reversed on Monday.)

It appears the key was the Sprint campaign, which enabled new subscribers (and, we’re told, anyone else with an email address and promo code) to get a free download. Per RIAA rules, a sale counts toward certification even if purchased by a business and offered to fans who must take steps to acquire it. Thus if Sprint purchased a million copies of 4:44—in a deal quite similar to the Samsung agreement that catapulted Jay’s Magna Carta Holy Grail to stratospheric numbers in 2013—that’s instant platinum, bubbeleh.

All of which explains why the RIAA’s Cary Sherman was all ready with that handsome plaque to do a photo op with Jay on 4th of July weekend. 4:44 is scheduled to go wide this week.



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