Who needs TikTok? India has 240 million users of short video-making apps, and that number is growing.
Sony Music India has launched a new sub-label that will focus on ‘new-age pop’.
By choosing to distribute with RouteNote, not only can you upload your music to popular global stores, but also many Asian streaming services.
Tencent Holdings, which already owned a third of Gaana, have increased their investment in the Indian music streaming platform.
India’s oldest music label Saregama partner with American platform Triller to add their large catelogue to the short-form video app.
RouteNote’s industry leading free music distribution is available to all artists and labels worldwide.
Spotify introduce Premium Mini in India – Unlimited ad-free music for 7 rupees/day or 25 rupees/week
Spotify launch a cheaper plan in India – Premium Mini. For just 7 rupees/day ($0.10) or 25 rupees/week ($0.34) users get unlimited ad-free music and 30 song downloads.
London-based ticketing company DICE offers users recommendations for upcoming shows and more recently live streams. DICE is now available in India. Founded in 2014, DICE is live in the UK, US, France, Italy, Spain, Australia…
The new Mi Smart Speakers from Xiami, currently sold only in India, offers room filling, bass-heavy audio at an affordable price. As Xiami continue to expand beyond smart phones, they recently debuted their new “smarter…
Indian music label and film production company T-Series have filed a lawsuit and copyright violation notices against many short-video apps. TikTok has licensing agreements in place with many labels and publishers, however in TikTok’s absence…