How to get my music on YouTube Music free

Over a billion people use YouTube and with YouTube Music they’ve created a dedicated platform for all of the great music uploaded and released around the world. Get your music in front of that giant audience for FREE with RouteNote.

Getting your music on the top services gives people from all around the world the ability to discover and listen to your music at any time. YouTube Music is the new home for music on YouTube bringing a dedicated music streaming service to the world’s favourite home for video.

Artists and labels can sign up for free to RouteNote and send their music to YouTube Music and all the other leading music services around the world, including: Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, Google Play, Amazon, and many more.

It’s completely free to upload and select any and all of the places you want your music to go, anywhere in the world you like. You keep 85% of all the net profits your music makes as people listen to it from all over the planet.

Just select Google when you upload your music and your music will be sent to YouTube Music and Google’s partner streaming service, Google Play Music.

We also have a Premium plan which allows you to keep 100% of everything you make for a small upfront cost, if it suits you better. You can switch between free and Premium for every piece of music you release at any time you like with full flexibility and total transparency.

So don’t delay! Sign up at www.routenote.com today and start your global music journey.

Head of Social Media and Marketing, RouteNote

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