Home Tags Apple music

Tag: apple music

Study Finds 99% of All Music Streaming Comes From 10% of...

Researchers from BuzzAngle Music recently revealed that 99% of the 377 billion total music streams that occurred last year were made up of 10%...

YouTube CEO Says YouTube Red is “a Music Service”

The CEO of video streaming leader YouTube, Susan Wojcicki, said that YouTube Red - the company's premium, paid-for service - is really "a music...

New “Cash Money Records” Documentary Coming to Apple Music Friday

Apple has confirmed that they'll finally release a new documentary on the rise and success of Cash Money Records. The production, called "Before Anythang:...

Spotify Offers 60 Day Premium Trial, One Month Out from Stock...

Spotify, the leading streaming music provider, is giving away two full months of premium streaming access for free to new US customers. The service...

Spotify Lost Over $1 Billion In the Past 3 Years

According to the digital media company The Information, Spotiy's Q3 financial data shows that the company will have lost $369 million. The year prior...

Apple Music Adds 6 Million New Subscribers in 4 Months

Winter 2017 has been great for Apple Music. Last month Spotify said it had more than 70 million paid subscribers. The last time we...

Apple Music Launching Analytics for Artists

Streaming service Apple Music announced that they will launch a new Analytics platform for music artists, mimicking a 2017 move by streaming leader Spotify....

Streaming May Be Changing Music Creation, Discovery, Listening Habits

Streaming has entirely changed the music business. From the way music is consumed to the way new music is discovered. And now it may...

Tidal Gives Boot to Latest CEO

TIDAL, Jay-Z's music streaming service, may be in some trouble. It's being reported that the latest CEO of the company - Jeff Toig -...

Apple Music Stops Free Trials in Some Countries for $1 3-Month...

Since the Apple Music streaming service launched it's offered new customers a free 3-month trial before having to pay to use the service. But...