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Apple Music Might Destroy Your iTunes Catalogue; Fix Available

Buzz 10:16AM EDT

Apple Music is the hot new thing in music streaming, especially if you're hopelessly devoted to products marketed by the computer company or if you really need to stream Taylor Swift's '1989' because you just won't buy it. Unfortunately for many converts to Apple Music, especially those who have preexisting iTunes accounts with the company, a multitude of problems have emerged surrounding the service.READ MORE

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Eminem Debuts New Action-Packed Music Video for 'Phenomenal' via Apple Music

Buzz 20:15PM EDT

Eminem's new video for "Phenomenal" (which he debuted on Apple Music) is an action-packed ride.READ MORE

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Apple Music, Kygo Partner for Launch with A-Ha 'Take On Me' Remix

Buzz 21:53PM EDT

Apple Music at last pulled back the curtains and unveiled the product that everyone expects to try and compete with the current streaming giants like Pandora and Spotify. The reaction has been mixed so far, with complications regarding compatibility with iTunes and the use of mp3s. Apple Music has partnered with some of the biggest artists in music like The Weeknd, Pharrell and Puff Daddy to help present and support the platform, but they have turned to a trendy new artist who has made his living with streaming - Kygo. The partnership, which includes the producer splashed across the Apple Music homepage, will also premiere a new remix for the classic hit "Take On Me" from fellow Norwegian act a-Ha.READ MORE

'The Chronic' by Dr. Dre

Dr. Dre's 'The Chronic' Finally Available for Streaming via Apple Music

Buzz 11:58AM EDT

The clouds have parted and hip-hop fans are celebrating to know that Dr. Dre's classic solo album 'The Chronic' will be available digitally for the first time via Apple Music. Never before has the album been available through other streaming platforms. The album is a favorite among hip-hop fans for its defining "g-funk" style and hits such as "Nuthin But A 'G' Thang" and "F*ck Wit Dre Day (and Everybody's Celebratin')."READ MORE

Taylor Swift 1989 World Tour

Taylor Swift Can Destroy Your Photo Equipment? Odd Contract Emerges

Buzz 09:23AM EDT

Fans of both Taylor Swift and the music industry have praised the pop star over the last year, for actions such as pulling her catalogue from streaming services and for the open letter she recently sent to Apple Music regarding the company's royalty policy. Considering her appreciation of musicians' rights, some were surprised to hear about the contractual stipulations forced upon photographers working her concerts.READ MORE

Taylor Swift performs 'The 1989 World Tour' on June 19, 2015 in Cologne, Germany

Apple Music Cedes to Taylor Swift, Will Pay Artists During Free Trial

Buzz 15:53PM EDT

Ever since it was announced at WWDC In San Francisco on June 8, there has been a new headline about Apple Music seemingly every single day. Some have been good and some have been bad thus far and one of the bits of information that has caused the most outrage from the music industry has been Apple's move to insist that the service pay no royalties, while it runs three-month free trials with new consumers.READ MORE

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