Very, very different music is popular on different platforms.
Lil Uzi Vert was the most followed artist, and Desiigner’s “Panda” was a user favorite.
The future success of the music platform is hinged on its upcoming music subscription service.
A new report claims that the streaming platform is reconsidering its price tag after Spotify backed out of negotiations.
“We respect all creators, and therefore we respect the rights of all creators who request to have their content removed.”
The company has reached deals with licensing groups to allow users to upload mixes with copyrighted material, according to founder Eric Wahlforss.
After “advanced talks” to acquire the streaming platform, Spotify has reportedly ended negotiations.
The German streaming service’s founders and investors are looking at strategic options that could lead to a sale.
Now that SoundCloud has all three majors on board, the service can implement a paid subscription service.
The streaming site is imposing a limit to usher people to their website.
Get ready for Labor Day Weekend with this playlist of soca, dancehall and reggae jams.