Stream concerts by JAY-Z, Chris Brown, Beyoncé and more on TIDAL this weekend
Plus, documentaries about Nipsey Hussle, Jaden Smith and J. Cole.
Continuing in their efforts to connect fans with their favorite artists in the current age of social distancing, TIDAL is introducing a new round of streamed concerts, documentaries and interviews this weekend. The “TIDAL At Home” free multi-channel livestream is available to both members and non-members alike beginning on Friday (April 10) at 9 am EST, through Sunday (April 12).
Free-to-stream concerts will include JAY-Z’s iconic Live At The Meadows show from 2017, Beyoncé’s Feeling Myself concert, 6LACK’s 2018 “Made in America Tour,” Teyana Taylor performing at Dreamville Fest and one-off shows from Ty Dolla $ign, Chris Brown and Mary J. Blige.
In documentaries and shows, see exclusive content in Jaden Smith’s Icon Living, J. Cole’s Eyez, Nipsey Hussle’s 10 Rings, DJ Khaled’s Father of Asahd, Pusha T’s King Push: Darkest Before Dawn, G-Eazy’s Side Hustle, Chloe x Halle’s Finesse, Ella Mai’s What’s Love and more. Hussle’s 10 Rings documentary was also featured last month on the one-year anniversary of his death. The tribute-film features interviews with Roddy Ricch, Cole and Big Sean.
New interviews are also arriving this weekend, including “Rap Radar” podcast conversations with DaBaby, City Girls, Juicy J and Snoop Dogg. Interviews with Dreamville’s Ari Lennox, Bas and EarthGang will also be available to view, as well as “Car Test” episodes with Quavo and Kashdoll. “Live At Made In America” interviews will feature the late Juice WRLD, Lil Tecca, Freddie Gibbs and Tierra Whack. Finally, sit-downs on “Drink Champs” with Lil Wayne, Nas and Jeezy will also be available to stream.
Beyond streamed concerts, many artists have taken it upon themselves to bring new virtual shows to their fans via Instagram. Most recently, H.E.R. launched an Instagram Live series called “Girls With Guitars,” which features performances and conversations with other female guitarists, like herself. Additionally, RZA and DJ Premier are set to face-off in their own Instagram Live battle this weekend.
Watch this weekend’s edition of “TIDAL At Home” here. Although the streams are accessible for both members and non-members, the platform is currently offering new members a four-month plan for $4, until April 15.
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