Once a formidable duo, Jay-Z and Kanye West found themselves at opposite ends – both personally and professionally. The latter of which saw Ye’ break-away from HOV’s TIDAL streaming service in 2017 and mull legal action over (alleged) unpaid royalties.
What’s more, the controversial MC took aim at Jay and wife Beyonce publicly during a concert meltdown; bemoaning The Carters skipping his media circus wedding to Kim Kardashian and the lack of interaction between their children — amongst other grievances.
Unsurprisingly, sans a few not-so-coy-clack-back lyrics on Jigga’s 2017 track ‘Kill Jay-Z’ – there’s been a palpable muteness from both parties about the other since.
That is until now.
As reported, the pair were spotted interacting at Diddy’s 50th birthday bash. And according to a new report, they mended fences before then.
According to TMZ, their TIDAL fall-out has been settled. So much so that West’s first opera, ‘Nebuchadnezzar,’ was streamed exclusively on Jay’s service.
A move that is said to be just one of more to come.
Makes one wonder: could more musical collaborations for on the horizon?