Apple Music is the latest service to be discontinued by G5 Music after a controversial online video featuring former G5 musician and star Hayden Panettiere.
Hayden Panettier’s “All the Way” album sold more than 9 million copies globally.
The album was available on the service for $19.99 before it was pulled.
The price hike on the digital download price for the album dropped to $14.99 after the video surfaced.
G5Music CEO and founder Paul DePodesta said in a statement:”After nearly two years of research and development, we’ve learned that we need to do more to ensure the continued success of All the Way.
We are working hard to do just that.
We’ve listened and will continue to listen.”
Apple has been struggling to sell its services to music fans after it launched the Beats Music streaming service and the Beats One music subscription service in 2015.
Apple is in the process of updating its music app for iPhone and iPad, as well as iOS devices.
The service launched on May 25.