Should I distribute my music in Asia?

You can distribute your music for free to all of the major streaming services in the world. This includes the incredibly popular services in Asia’s emerging markets, here’s why you shouldn’t be keeping your music from the Eastern world.

As people ditch CDs the world over and music streaming grows more and more popular Asia is emerging as one of the biggest audiences for digital music in the world with a variety of massively popular services surging throughout the region. It’s a great time for musicians to get their music online on the top services like Spotify and Apple Music but if you’re not taking your music to Asian stores then you’re missing out on over 1 billion potential listeners.

We are partnered with Kanjian to get your music on 18 of China’s biggest streaming services, including QQ Music, Kugou and Kuwo which together boast over 800 million monthly active users. That’s a LOT of people that could be discovering and listening to you every single month.

Elsewhere music streaming is massive in South Korea with our partners MelOn bringing digital music to the region for over 10 years. We have also partnered with YG, the South Korean record label responsible for the massive viral hit Gangnam Style, who run two of the country’s favourite services Naver and Vibe which together have one 5th of the population listening! South Korea also recently changed their law to increase payments to artists – result!

In India last month two of the countries biggest streaming services combined to become on: JioSaavn. Claiming over 250 million users the service is now the biggest digital music service in South Asia and guess what? We work with them to get your music heard by all new listeners too!

There are loads of reasons to get your music heard in Asia on all of their amazing and popular services and stores. Here’s one final reason: It’s free and simple with RouteNote.

Create a free account today and simply select any of the stores above as well as services like Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer, iTunes, TIDAL, Amazon and many more.

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