How to get my music on Napster for free

Getting your music on the top music streaming services and download stores is easy and free when you distribute through RouteNote. Veterans of online music streaming, Napster are one of many services we can send your music to.

Napster helped to pioneer the shape of online music in the early 2000s, launching in 1999 offering file sharing that centred around making music easily shared. Whilst they were many peoples first experience of getting music online and introduced people to the idea of near unlimited music access which was the start of what music streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music offer to millions of people around the world today.

Napster was acquired by Rhapsody on 2011 and in 2016 Rhapsody became Napster bringing a legacy of online music back as a streaming service. In 2017 they also expanded their services to offer on-demand music a service to other brands such as iHeartRadio to offer their music streaming library through various platforms.

At RouteNote we offer free music distribution to Napster and all of the other top music streaming services and download stores in the world. It’s as simple as creating an account and uploading your music for our friendly team to look at and make sure it’s all good to go online.

Once approved we will send your music to all of the stores and services you have selected within a week, often as quickly as a couple of days. You can get in touch with our dedicated team of musicians and music lovers at any time for help at or through the website.

So don’t delay, get your music online and heard around the world today!

Head of Social Media and Marketing, RouteNote

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