With $70M from Alphabet, United Masters replaces record labels 

United Masters is ready to give musicians an alternative to exploitative record label deals. Artists pay United Masters a competitive rate to distribute their music across the internet from Spotify to YouTube to SoundCloud, and they split the royalties while the artist retains the rights to the master recordings.

Source: With $70M from Alphabet, United Masters replaces record labels | TechCrunch

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