Apple Music, which is one of two streaming services, that the company plans to launch, is rumored to debut as early as next week. The service is expected to offer a $9.99 subscription fee, and an add-supported free radio tier, similar to iTunes Radio.
Shortly after Jay Z’s TIDAL music streaming service launched, reports swirled that Apple (mainly Jimmy Iovine) had a trick up their sleeve to get the public to turn against it.
Ever since the announcement of Jay Z‘s TIDAL music streaming service, the criticism has been nearly relentless. It is now emerging from insiders that tech giant Apple might be attempting to sabotage TIDAL in a bid to crush the service ahead of the release of its own streaming service, Beats Music.
DJ Quik may not have been a member of N.W.A but his contributions to Compton’s legacy is still unheralded, nonetheless. So you can imagine him and his fan’s disbelief that his catalog is omitted from Dr. Dre’s burgeoning music app, Beats Music.
The entire world legitimately assumed that Apple acquiring Beats Music for $3.2 billion would lead to some sort of technological advancement. As for what kind of groundbreaking progression in the tech world was to be determined, but according to a couple new findings, the headphones game could be revolutionized as we know it.
The world’s worst-kept secret was finally confirmed yesterday (May 29) when Apple decided to own up to the rumors that they were buying Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine’s Beats Music for more than $3 billion.
Let’s touch up on a quick formality for a moment. Detox has never been a priority and it definitely won’t be a topic of discussion at the Andre Young household anytime soon.
Just because Beats Music hasn’t been skywriting their every moves since their January launch doesn’t mean Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre’s new baby hasn’t been crawling in preparation for its running phase. Or should we say driving?