After a month-and-a-half of Tidal-only streaming, Kanye West's The Life of Pablo is now available on other major streaming services, including Apple Music and Spotify. But it's still not a finished product.
“In the months to come, Kanye will release new updates, new versions, and new iterations of the album,” the rapper's label, Def Jam, said in a statement. “An innovative, continuous process, the album will be a living, evolving art project. The Life of Pablo has truly taken on a life of its own.”
Earlier this week, Tidal reported that the album was streamed 250 million times in the first 10 days after its release. Number for the full six weeks since it dropped, of course, are even higher: TLOP was streamed 400 million times worldwide, through Monday, according to The New York Times. That number, they said, would be the equivalent of 267,000 album sales.
You can also now, for the first time since the moments after its initial release, buy the album.
In addition to the album's increased distribution, "Saint Pablo," a song that was not included on the project, but which Kanye debuted live at a Yo Gotti listening party just days after the TLOP release, has hit the 'net. You can listen to it over at HipHop-N-More.