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Apple Music Now Has A Collection Of 100 Million Songs. Know Everything

Apple Music now boasts of a collection of 100 million songs, beating rival Swedish music streaming giant Spotify’s collection of more than 80 million songs. The tech giant made the announcement of reaching the milestone in a blog post.

“Twenty-one years on from the invention of iTunes and the debut of the original iPod, we’ve gone from 1,000 songs in your pocket to 100,000x that on Apple Music. It’s phenomenal growth by any metric. The entire history, present, and future of music is at your fingertips or voice command.
More music than you can listen to in a lifetime, or several lifetimes. More music than any other platform. Simply the biggest collection of music, in any format, ever,” Rachel Newman, Apple Music’s Global Head of Editorial and Content, said in a statement.

“One hundred million songs — it’s a number that will continue to grow and exponentially multiply. But it’s more than just a number, representing something much more significant — the tectonic shift in the business of music making and distribution over these past two decades,” Newman added.

How many songs does Apple Music have?

As of October 3, Apple Music boasts of having 100 million tracks, which places it ahead of its rival Spotify and Amazon Music which claims of featuring 90 million tracks.

Back in the 1960s, only 5,000 new albums were released each year. Today, anywhere in the world, in 167 countries on Apple Music, any artist of any description can write and record a song and release it globally, according to the tech giant.

“Every day, over 20,000 singers and songwriters are delivering new songs to Apple Music — songs that make our catalog even better than it was the day before. One hundred million songs is evidence of a more democratic space, where anyone, even a new artist making music out of their bedroom, can have the next big hit,” Newman added.



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