With RouteNote, you can get your music up on some of the top stores and streaming services around the world free-of-charge, in a matter of days.
Naspter kickstarted the P2P file sharing movement online in 1999. As the internet became fast enough to download music in under a day, Napster allowed users to share MP3 files and other formats between computers. This lead to the launch of legal online music stores, such as iTunes in 2003 and the decline in physical music sales. Napster soon ran into legal difficulties and ceased operations, before being reignited with the help of Rhapsody as a legal music streaming service. Today, Napster stream music to millions of subscribers and payout more-per-stream to artists than most other platforms.
At RouteNote, we work with thousands of unsigned artists and labels to help distribute their music to stores, streaming services and social sites totally free of charge. Get your music on Napster, Spotify, YouTube Music, iTunes, Amazon Music, Deezer, SoundCloud, Tidal and many more.
RouteNote distribution is totally free, with no hidden fees or recurring cost. You keep 85% of the revenue generated. Go with RouteNote Premium and keep 100% of the revenue generated for a small fee.
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