Tag: artists

  • WWDC: Drake Talks Apple Music Connect

    WWDC: Drake Talks Apple Music Connect

    Artists are now apparently becoming affiliated with music streaming, ever since a plethora of artists hopped on board with Jay-Z’s Tidal music service. Apple’s new Music Connect may not have attracted as many celebrities as Tidal for its launch recently at WWDC, but it did manage to get hold of one of the biggest, rap […]

  • Jay-Z Relaunches Tidal ft. Kanye Exclusives

    Jay-Z Relaunches Tidal ft. Kanye Exclusives

    Here’s a top tip from us on building a great music streaming service: If you don’t have Kanye, you don’t have a music service. Simple as that. Jay-Z’s got the right idea, as he recently re-branded and unveiled a brand new iteration of his previous Tidal music streaming service, and thankfully some Yeezy exclusives were […]

  • Twitter To Get More Musical With Audio Cards

    Twitter To Get More Musical With Audio Cards

    After Twitter’s rumoured attempt to buy SoundCloud never happened, the social networking site has decided to partner up with the music sharing network instead. Twitter’s new Audio Cards feature combines forces with SoundCloud as well as iTunes, meaning that these new cards will appear both on your Twitter dashboard as well as on the two […]

  • Google to compete with iTunes with music store – Four major labels in talks

    Google to compete with iTunes with music store – Four major labels in talks

    Reputable world business paper The Wall Street Journal has revealed that internet giant Google are in talks with the four major record labels with a view to bringing music-loving internet users an alternative to Apple’s iTunes. Chasing down Apple with the recent unveiling of the Kindle Fire tablet – a direct competitor to iPad 2 […]

  • Facebook ‘Subscribe’ feature brings the social network closer to Twitter

    Facebook ‘Subscribe’ feature brings the social network closer to Twitter

    The battle between Facebook and Twitter rages on. In its latest development, the war has seen the former steal a pretty major feature from the latter. What are we on about? In short: Facebook is about to launch a ‘subscribe’ feature, which will bring any public updates from people you’re interested (but aren’t actually ‘friends’ […]