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image from upload.wikimedia.orgTunecore and CD Baby have each just added China's largest streaming music service - Tencent Music, its subsidiaries and partners - to their indie and d.i.y. music distribution networks. When users deliver their music to Tencent, they will be available on:

  • QQ Music – A leading online music service with nationwide popularity that offers a comprehensive music library and a broad range of music-related video content. QQ Music focuses on popular artists and top mainstream hits for younger music fans in China. It provides a platform for both initial and exclusive releases of digital music to promote interactions between fans and artists and to develop a music fan economy centered on popular artists.
  • Kugou Music – A leading online music service offering a comprehensive set of entertainment features with a mass-market focus and deep user penetration in China.
  • Kuwo Music –  An online music service focusing on selected genres and segments, such as DJ mixes and children's songs, to cater to users' diverse tastes.

 

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