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A dizzying array of musical stars turned out in Manhattan to launch a new music streaming service billing itself as the first of its kind owned by artists.
Tidal is the brainchild of hip hop musician-mogul Jay Z, who was joined in New York by an all-star line-up of investors including Madonna, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj and Kanye West.
The membership-based service, which is similar to the subscription service Spotify, is being offered at around $10 for standard sound quality and $20 for "high fidelity" sound quality.