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article imageYouTube announces its own streaming service: YouTube Music

By Markos Papadatos     May 17, 2018 in Technology
Each month YouTube is home to over one million music fans, where they can discover and enjoy new music, and explore pop culture further.
On May 16, YouTube has announced that a new music streaming service, YouTube Music is coming in the near future.
YouTube affords users the privilege to live-stream such events as Beyonce's performance at Coachella, as well as view such popular music videos as "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee, "New Rules" by Dua Lipa and "This is America" by Childish Gambino, among countless others; moreover, YouTube serves as a platform where over two million recording artists share their creative and artistic work with the rest of the world. It bridges artists and fans together.
On May 22, YouTube Music is expected to roll out. This new streaming service was made for music in addition to the magic of YouTube. It will make the musical world easier to navigate and explore, and it is slated to be more personalized than ever. Users will be able to listen, watch and discover new music. Most impressive is the fact that all of the ways that music moves people will be found in one place.
YouTube Music is simply a new streaming service from YouTube. It is a re-imagined mobile app, as well as a brand new desktop player that is specifically designed for music. YouTube Music is expected to offer thousands of playlists, as well as the actual versions of millions of songs, along with albums, music videos and artist radio; moreover, it will include a large catalog of live artist performances, remixes, covers and videos, all of which are personalized and organized in a simple fashion.
To stay up-to-date with the latest updates on YouTube Music, check out its official homepage.
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