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This New Music Streaming Service Promises Artists 100 Percent of Album Sales

WixMusic lets artists sell their own music on their own hand-crafted websites. (Courtesy of Wix)
WixMusic lets artists sell their own music on their own hand-crafted websites. (Courtesy of Wix)

Jay-Z took to Twitter on Sunday to defend his music streaming service Tidal, addressing weeks of criticism that Tidal won’t last long in an oversaturated...




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