The new service is being offered exclusively as an annual subscription and can be used by a wide range of businesses such as gyms, retail stores, spas, supermarkets, and more. So far, the company has already signed licensing agreements with unsigned artists from 50 different countries. Because of this, the company believes Music for Spaces will also work to “support the next generation of talent in getting their music heard.”
The launch of the new business-focused streaming service will align with the release of Rehegoo Music Group’s ‘Music for Content’ e-commerce platform, which offers content creators access to an expansive library of high-quality music.
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