According to a report Samsung is working on a special music streaming service involving Jay-Z. The report says that the Korean tech giant and the rapper are working on a $20 million deal that will bring the special music streaming service exclusively to Galaxy smartphones and tablets.
The news comes to us from the New York Post (see their website here). The site reports, “Jay-Z is about to ink a hugely lucrative deal with Samsung Mobile, sources tell Page Six. The contract is said to be worth as much as $20 million.”
The source says, “The eight-figure deal will be inked in the next few weeks, and is the biggest of its kind. You can speculate that he’ll want to develop some kind of new music-streaming service to promote his acts and music on mobile devices.”
Samsung and Jay-Z have not commented on this report, so treat it as a mere rumour for now.
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