On February 15, 2016, one day after the initial release of The Life of Pablo, Kanye West tweeted that his \u201calbum will never never never be on Apple. And it will never be for sale\u2026 You can only get it on Tidal.\u201d The total number of TIDAL subscribers reportedly doubled in the following weeks. When The Life of Pablo eventually ended up on Spotify and Apple Music, a group of disgruntled fans sued Kanye and TIDAL for fraud, claiming that Kanye\u2019s tweet was nothing but a \u201cdeceptive marketing ploy\u201d that \u201cfraudulently millions of American consumers into paying for Tidal\u2019s rescue.\u201d Last June, a U.S. District Court judge ruled that, despite TIDAL\u2019s motion to dismiss the suit, the case would move forward. Now, The Blast reports that lead plaintiff Justin Baker-Rhett has reportedly filed documents to dismiss that class-action suit. In a statement, Baker-Rhett said that he and Kanye \u201chereby stipulate and agree to the dismissal of Plaintiff\u2019s individual claims with prejudice and the putative class\u2019s claims without prejudice, with each party to bear its own attorney fees and costs.\u201d It's unclear if a monetary settlement was reached, thought the Blast notes that "these things don\u2019t usually get settled without some cash."