In March, Apple Music and Spotify reached deals with digital music distributor Dubset that would allow the streaming services to offer unofficial remixes and DJ mixes legally, with all of the artists involved getting paid. Now, those remixes have arrived on Apple Music and Spotify for the first time, as TechCrunch reports.
Dubset CEO Stephen White shared the news last night in a private Facebook post that included a new DJ Jazzy Jeff remix of Anderson.
Apple has reportedly forged a deal with a distributor, Dubset Media Holdings, that will allow Apple Music to host more remixes, mashups, and full-length DJ mixes.
Apple Music and Spotify have started offering users access to unofficial, user-uploaded music remixes, courtesy of a deal with the company Dubset Media Holdings. What is interesting about Dubset is that it uses algorithms to unpick ...
Earlier this year, both Spotify and Apple inked deals with Dubset for unofficial mixes, one of SoundCloud's most popular services. As Techcrunch reports, the first of those is now streaming, a DJ Jazzy Jeff Jeff remix from Anderson....
Apple Music and Spotify on Thursday granted subscribers access to unofficial, user-uploaded remixes, a first for the streaming services, thanks to partnerships struck with music rights management firm Dubset.