YouTube reportedly launching its Music Service in March

YouTube reportedly launching its Music Service in March

YouTube reportedly launching its Music Service in March

This service is all set for launch in March, and has been named "Remix". In comparison, Spotify now has 140 million monthly users, 50 million of which are paying for a monthly subscription.

The online shopping giant has unveiled that is AI-powered speakers and unlimited music service will come to 28 new markets across Europe and South America.

At launch, Amazon Music Unlimited will be available at three plan options with prices varying per country.

The project, dubbed "Remix" internally, will combine the aspects of streaming and videos that are offered by Google Play Music and YouTube, for a more unique user experience.

YouTube hasn't had the same success as Apple or Spotify in convincing people to sign up for its paid music services, though it's not for lack of trying. Google also got on to this bandwagon of music streaming services with Play Music, however, it hasn't been able to catch up with other services as much as Google would have liked.

YouTube is going to release its own Music Services in the upcoming March month in the year 2018.

"We believe Google is likely positioning itself to launch a product similar to the Echo Show, bringing together voice and display, and that this type of product will ultimately only be successful if YouTube access is provided", Youssef Squali, a SunTrust Robinson Humphrey analyst, said in a note to clients.

According to Bloomberg, the company has already signed up Warner Music Group and is in talks with Sony and Universal Music.

Back in July this year, YouTube's head of music confirmed that Google Play Music and YouTube Red would be merged to create a new streaming service.

However, the service will require a few things before you can make use of it. They're also in talks with Merlin, a consortium of various independent labels.

Amazon Music Unlimited gives you access to 40 million songs, new worldwide playlists, personalized playlists and stations, new releases, and unlimited ad-free streaming.

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