Black Entertainment : Prince Tells New Artists ‘Don’t Sign’ into Music Industry, Compares it to Slavery

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    A day after Apple launched its streaming service Apple Music, he pulled most of his catalog from
    digital stream giants, including Spotify, Rdio and Deezer. Instead, Prince signed with Jay Z’s Tidal
    music-streaming service to exclusively release and distribute his next album, HitNRun, on Sept. 7.

    “Once we have our own resources, we can provide what we need for ourselves,” Prince said of his
    decision to collaborate with Jay Z and Tidal. “Jay Z spent $100 million of his own money to build his
    own service. We have to show support for artists who are trying to own things for themselves.”

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