29 August, 2015 - RollingStone.com
The cold war between music streaming services heated up Friday night as a surprise collaboration between Drake and Lil Wayne – two rappers scooped up during the artist exclusive arms race – caused friction between Tidal and Apple Music. The situation occurred at Lil Wayne's Lil Weezyana Festival in New Orleans, where Drake stopped by to deliver a brief three-song cameo. One problem: Jay Z's Tidal, which named Lil Wayne as a co-owner in July, was live-streaming the festival, creating a conflict of interest since Drake is Apple Music's marquee signee. Is Apple Taking Over the Music Business? As a result of Drake's appearance, the Tidal live-stream had to briefly pause while the Toronto rapper was onstage. "Apple is interfering with artistry and will not allow this artist to stream. Sorry for Big Brother’s inconvenience," the Tidal Twitter notified listeners as Drake took the stage. "We'll be back after the performance." Drake performed "HYFR" with Wayne, his remix of Fetty Wap's "My Way" and "Back to Back" during his unannounced Lil Weezyana appearance. According to the New York Post, as soon as it was confirmed that Drake would stop by the New Orleans festival, which reportedly donated some proceeds to New Orleans-area afterschool programs, Apple Music threatened Tidal with a $20 million lawsuit if Drake showed up on the live-stream. "Legal letters have been sent to Tidal warning that Drake cannot appear on the Tidal stream of the festival, either solo or part of a group, and if the warning was ignored, the liabilities could be up to $20 million," an unnamed source told the newspaper. Representatives from Tidal and Apple Music did not respond to Rolling Stone's request for comment. Lil Weezyana: Rolling Stone's Best Photos After months of sparring with his longtime label Cash Money Records, Lil Wayne aligned with Tidal to release his Free Weezy Album on July 4th. The LP's arrival prompted Cash Money to file a $50 million lawsuit against Jay Z's high-quality streaming service, claiming they still had exclusive rights to Wayne's output. Cash Money added that Lil Wayne's Tidal partnership was "a desperate and illegal attempt to save their struggling streaming service." Drake, meanwhile, signed an exclusive deal with Apple Music reportedly with $19 million. As part of the agreement, Drake hosts his own Beats 1 radio show as well as provides the service unique content, like the "Energy" music video. Drake was also on hand to speak about the new music service when Apple announced their new streaming endeavor in early June. Related How Beats 1 DJs Like Josh Homme Are Reinventing Radio Is Apple Taking Over the Music Business? Lil Weezyana: Rolling Stone's Best Photos
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Arash - Broken Angel (Remix) lyrics

I'm so lonely broken angel
I'm so lonely listen to my heart

man dooset daram:
I've loved you
be cheshme man gerye nade:
Don't give cry to my eyes
na, nemitoonam:
No, i can't
bedoone to halam bade:
Without you i'm depressed

I'm so lonely broken angel
I'm so lonely listen to my heart

On n' lonley, broken angel
Come n' save me before i fall apart

to harja ke bashi kenaretam:
Wherever you be, i'm beside you
ta akharesh divoonatam:
to the end , i'm psychotic of you
to , to nemidooni , ke joonami , bargard pisham :
you , you don't know , that you are my life , come back foreside me
la la leyli , la la leyli , la laaa :
it doesn't have any purporst