After growing like mad over the last few years, SoundCloud has finally launched its very own paid subscription service, SoundCloud Go. Paid users can now access a huge new library of music for $10 a month.
It’s a big moment for SoundCloud, which now boasts over 175 million users. It’s currently the third most popular music app on iOS (fourth on Android), and one of the most popular platforms on the market that isn’t run by Facebook or Google.
SoundCloud Go joins a crowded landscape of music streaming services like Spotify, Tidal, and Apple Music. However, SoundCloud Go differs from other services in one crucial way: it gives artists and labels track-by-track control over who can access what.
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