By IGN Staff Writer August 22, 2018 09:54:00 A new release by one of the world’s most prolific music labels has launched a new service that aims to keep the price of music in line with the digital marketplace.
“The goal is to put the market on an equal footing with the music industry,” says Chris Lichtman, CEO of independent music company Verve.
“If you’re going to invest in music and make money off it, you want to make sure that it’s as affordable as possible.”
In addition to offering a variety of streaming services, Verve will also be offering a music streaming service called “The Future Music.”
This service, which will offer artists access to their music and videos, will allow artists to monetize their music through ads and streaming.
“With the current system, artists are in the middle of a battle between the labels and the digital market,” Lichtmans CEO explains.
“Now that we’re at a point where the digital world is really coming into its own, the labels have a lot of incentive to make it affordable and competitive.”
Verve’s new service will allow its artists to make money by selling streaming rights.
While this service will not be the first time artists have taken advantage of the rising costs of streaming, it is the first to do so through an independent label.
“We are going to be the biggest beneficiary of this whole ecosystem,” says Lichtmann.
“It’s a win-win for artists and the industry.”
The service is not available to the public yet, but Lichtmen hopes to have it ready in time for the Summer of 2020.
Verve has not yet announced a pricing or distribution plan for The Future Music, but it has already secured some major artists and labels for the service.
The music industry is already grappling with the rising cost of music, with Spotify’s $5.99 per month fee and Apple’s iTunes Plus pricing.
Spotify, which has been accused of slowing down the growth of its streaming service, has defended its pricing and is currently trying to secure new agreements with major labels.
Meanwhile, many artists are struggling to stay afloat in the music market.
As of the end of the fourth quarter, Violectro Entertainment, one of music’s biggest labels, lost almost $150 million, according to the data provider Nielsen.
Many artists and their labels are struggling financially and are now facing the challenge of competing with an increasing number of competitors.
“There are a lot more options for artists,” Lichman explains.
Artists are also struggling with an increasingly diverse music ecosystem, with new labels opening up to more artists than before.
“This is a new era in music, but there are still many artists who are left out and that is a problem,” he says.
“They are the ones who are really left out of the digital music world, so we are hoping that we can help them get into the digital arena.”
The Future of Music by Verve can be found at www.vinerview.com/futuremusic.
Verview is also launching a new music streaming app called “Stream.com” on August 23.
The app will offer an artist-centric experience that will allow listeners to stream directly to their mobile devices.
This new service is expected to be released in the fourth half of 2018.
Veves new service promises to offer artists the same level of protection they enjoy with streaming.
This means that artists will have access to the same content that is being sold on iTunes, Google Play and Amazon Prime Music.
The new service also promises to allow artists and label to sell their content through a variety and variety of channels, including Verve, Spotify and Amazon.
“At Verve we are committed to supporting artists and brands as they continue to grow and reach their full potential in this new digital world,” Lishman explains, “We believe this new service can help us do just that.”
Verviene will also start offering a streaming service on August 25.
“Veview will continue to support the music world by offering a curated selection of music that can be enjoyed by anyone, anywhere,” Lischman explains to Billboard.
“Streaming is the future of music and Verve is the perfect platform for us to bring it to life.”
“We see this as the next step in the evolution of our platform and the new way in which artists will be able to connect with their fans,” adds Lichtmans CEO.
“All of this is happening because we are not just trying to sell music.
We are trying to help artists get the most out of their music.
This is why we are proud to partner with Verve and our music industry partners to bring The Future Of Music to life.
Vaview is launching The Future On August 25 and will be available on both Android and iOS platforms.