How to get my music on Tencent

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Want your music distributed to all the major stores and streaming services in China? You need to get your new release to Tencent Music.

Musicians and producers outside of China might not know there’s a massive audience in the country always eager to hear new music. So how do you get your tracks out there and start making money from your music? At RouteNote we partner with Tencent Music, distributing digital tracks to over half of the entire music streaming market in China.

Tencent Music dominate Chinese music streaming. They’re in charge of China’s most popular music platforms such as QQ Music, Kugou, and Kuwo. Altogether the stores and streaming services boast 700 million monthly active users. That’s a whole lot of potential fans.

Not only that, with RouteNote you can get your music out to those millions of eagerly waiting ears for free. It’s as easy as selecting the stores when you upload your release.

With RouteNote independent artists and record labels can get their music online and remain in total control of their releases. Free distribution lets artists upload without it costing them a dime, and artists keep 85% of revenue. The Premium option meanwhile means artists keep 100% of money earned, for a small upfront cost.


Don’t miss out on millions of music lovers in China waiting to hear your new release, get your music on Tencent with RouteNote today. Find out more here.

I write about music for RouteNote, sharing fun stuff, news, and tips and tricks for musicians and producers. Also a saxophonist and hater of marmalade.

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