Monetize your plays via advertising and On SoundCloud subscription revenue
Content Protection: Should anyone steal your music online we can take it down
Branded Promoted Track Opportunities
Transparent revenue reporting
SoundCloud is the second largest music platform in the world for self composed / self published music content. Boasting over 175 Million users, the platform has been dubbed the YouTube of audio and enables artists to upload, record, promote, and share their originally-created sounds. SoundCloud is based in Berlin, Germany and was founded by Alexander Ljung and Eric Wahlforss.
Generate revenue from third party uploads of your music via YouTube Content ID
Manual third party claims tools
View third party claims
Video monetization on your channel
Transparent revenue reporting
YouTube is an American video-sharing website headquartered in San Bruno, California. The service was created by three former PayPal employees—Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim which was later sold for $1.65 Billion to Google. YouTube is now the largest platform in the world for music consumption and the site allows users to upload, view, rate, share, and comment on other user uploaded videos.
Distribution to Spotify
Spotify playlist pitching
Spotify channel verification
Select advertising opportunities
Transparent revenue reporting
Spotify is a music, podcast, and video platform located in Stockholm, Sweden and founded by Daniel Ek. It is a freemium service, meaning that basic services are free with advertisements, with additional features, such as improved streaming quality, offered via paid subscriptions. Spotify has almost over 100MM active users and music on the platform generally gets discovered through highly curated playlists.
Distribution to musical.ly
3rd party video and loop reporting
Customizable 30 second clip start times
Musical.ly is a video social network for creating, sharing and discovering short videos. Every day, millions of people use musical.ly as an outlet to express themselves through singing, dancing, comedy, and lip-syncing. The app celebrates creativity with videos that are shared across the musical.ly community. With over 100 million users, musical.ly has hit #1 in the iOS app store for free apps in 20 countries. In June of 2016, musical.ly released its breakout livestreaming platform live.ly, which provides the musical.ly community with a broader canvas on which they can express themselves. Currently there are no revenue opportunities but it is a phenomenal platform to get your music heard on.
Custom Vevo Channel and URL
Ability to add banner and avatar artwork
Distribution to vevo.com and Vevo mobile apps
Syndication opportunities to Vevo’s partners
Vevo is the worlds largest multi-channel network and platform for music videos. It started as a joint venture between two of the "big three" record companies, Universal Music Group (UMG) and Sony Music Entertainment in which they represented the label’s content and ad inventory across YouTube. Now Vevo has a stand alone mobile app and website for their music videos as well as offer syndication opportunities for music videos to various partners.
Distribution to Pandora.
Pandora is free personalized internet radio. Simply enter a favorite artist, track, comedian or genre, and Pandora will create a personalized station that plays their music and more like it. Pandora Premium—which will roll out in early 2017—is Pandora’s on-demand streaming platform which pledges a number of niche features, such as a music-recommendation engine built off of data from its current base of 78 million casual users.
Distribution to Google Play.
Google Play Music is a music streaming service and online music locker operated by Google. Users with standard accounts can upload and listen to up to 50,000 songs from their personal libraries at no cost. An "All Access" subscription, sold in combination with YouTube Red, entitles users to on-demand streaming of any song in the Google Play Music catalogue. Users can purchase additional tracks for their library through the music store section of Google Play. In addition to offering music streaming for Internet-connected devices, the Google Play Music mobile apps allow music to be stored and listened to offline.
Distribution to Amazon Prime Music.
Prime music, which is bundled into Amazon shipping and video, offers ad-free access to curated Prime Playlists and personalized Prime Stations. Additionally Prime includes a catalogue of over 1MM which through Repost, you can contribute your music to. Prime members can play Prime Music on compatible devices that support Amazon Music, including:
Distribution to Napster
Napster was the name given to two music-focused online services. It was founded as a pioneering peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing Internet service that emphasized sharing digital audio files. The company ran into legal difficulties over copyright infringement and was forced to cease operations. It has since been acquired by music streaming service Rhapsody, which has branded itself under the Napster moniker.
Distribution to Deezer.
Deezer lets you play the music you just have to hear, instantly. Jump in and explore over 40 million tracks (and counting), and discover artists and tracks you'll love with personalized recommendations from the Deezer Editors. Deezer works across all your devices, both online and offline, with no listening limits. It's music at your fingertips for waking up, getting going, chilling out, living life. Deezer originally launched in Europe, and now is available in several territories around the globe.
Distribution to Simfy Africa.
Started in Cologne, Germany Simfy Africa was launched in South Africa in 2012 in partnership with eXactmobile. Simfy Africa is a full fledged music streaming platform that stacks up well against it’s competitors Spotify, Rhapsody, & Apple Music. Currently this streaming service is only available in South Africa.
Distribution to Apple Music.
Distribution to iTunes.
Apple Music is a music-streaming service, developed by Apple Inc. Users select music to stream to their device on-demand, or they can listen to existing, curated playlists. The service also includes the internet radio station Beats 1, which broadcasts live to over 100 countries 24 hours a day, and the blog platform Connect.