If you've ever wanted to know what it's like to be Kanye West, you're in luck.
The rapper has signed a deal with streaming service Tidal to stream his entire catalog for a fee of Tidal's equivalent of Spotify's fees, reports the Wall Street Journal.
It's not clear how much the fee will be, but it's expected to be in the neighborhood of Tidal's $20 to $30 per month.
The service will also pay for the rights to the rapper's catalog, which includes more than 200 songs, according to the New York Daily News.
Tidal will pay West's management company, Third Man Records, an undisclosed fee for the use of the rapper's catalog.
The streaming service will also pay for the rights to the rest of the rapper's catalog, including new songs.
The deal is good until the end of the year.
(Kanye recently got into hot water over a new album.)
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