"Download a list of your favorites and playlists in various formats so you can import them into other services.”
You have until January 31 to make the jump.
But it seems even on the dark web, Jay Z's music streaming service isn't anywhere near as popular as Spotify.
Even Beyoncé and Nicki Minaj can’t save the struggling streaming service.
A new UK streaming company is trying to win over people who still listen to CDs.
Dre’s final album was beaten out by a country singer, but it’s still a success for a relatively small and quickly growing streaming service.
Because music streaming isn't just for men, it's for men with suits, watches, newspapers, and confidence.
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In the artist-unfriendly streaming landscape—highlighted yet again when Taylor Swift pulled her catalog from Spotify—Bandcamp is entering the market with a new, artist-controlled model where the musicians, fans, and company might all win.
Also this week: A church refused to bury a woman who had been attending their services for over 50 years because she hadn't given them enough money in the last years of her life.
Why is no one talking about this?