Free music distribution for Chinese artists

RouteNote operates worldwide, publishing artists and labels, large and small, to stores and streaming service around the world.

RouteNote distribute to all of China’s ‘big three’ music streamers. These include Tencent’s QQ Music, NetEase’s Cloud Music and Alibaba’s Xiami Music (that will cease operations in February). That’s not all, we distribute to many other Asian stores such as Tencent’s other streaming service Kugou and Kuwo, Melon, JioSaavn, Bugs!, AWA, YG’s Vibe and Naver, as well as the 30+ streaming services that your music reaches when you select Kanjian.

If you choose to, we can also send your music around the world, to streaming services such as Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Deezer, YouTube Music, TIDAL and many more.

To get started, simply upload your music to RouteNote, click the stores and territories you want to distribute to, and choose Free or Premium distribution. Our hard-working moderation team will check everything looks good before sending it on to our partner stores.

You always keep 100% of the rights to your music. Free distribution has zero fees or recurring costs, while you keep 85% of the revenue generated. Premium distribution allows you to keep 100% of the revenue earned for a small fee. There are no other differences between the two models and you are free to switch at any time.

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