Rapper Jay Z’s streaming service, Tidal, has been making a lot of headlines lately. From reportedly doubling it’s users since the release of Kanye West’s “The Life Of Pablo” to the partnership with T.I. to rumors that the company was going to be sold to Samsung, it’s been an interesting journey for the underdog streaming service in 2016. Now, comes the not so surprising news that Hova has removed his classic 2001 CD, “The Blueprint”, from other competitive sites, like Spotify, and Apple Music. The album is no longer available on iTunes as well. While several of Jay Z’s albums are still available outside of Tidal, you can safely assume he’s working on changing that, making strategic moves in silence. First Lady Michelle Obama saluted female go getters on her all-star anthem “This Is For My Girls”, which features Zendaya, Kelly Rowland, Lea Michele, Kelly Clarkson, Janelle Monae, Jadagrace and Chloe & Halle. The track has been described as a “global call to action” in support of the Obama’s Let Girls Learn initiative as well as the First Lady’s #62MillionGirls campaign, which focuses on helping young ladies around the world complete their education. “This Is For My Girls” also features an uplifting sixteen bars from Missy Elliott. R&B veteran Jahiem confesses to his mistakes after taking his lady for granted on his latest single “Something Tells Me”. The tender track from his forthcoming album “Struggle Love”, shows that he’s reinvented himself while maintaining his story telling ability. “Struggle Love”, Jahiem’s first release since 2013’s “Appreciation Day”, is now available for pre-order on iTunes and will be released on March 18.