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Dr Dre’s Beats Music Service Launched Today

Jan 21 2014, 9:22am CST | by , in News | Technology News

Dr Dre’s Beats Music Service Launched Today
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Dr Dre is not only the grooming guy who made Eminem famous, he is a man with tons of business sense. The eventful launch of his Beats Music service took place today. The rival music channels are tense and they have every reason to be afraid.

Finally, Dr Dre’s brainchild has entered the scene and it looks like it is here to stay. Beats Music comes with unlimited streaming service. You get to choose from millions upon millions of songs by various artists ranging from rock stars to pop starlets. And the device it will feature on is the smartphone. 

Beats Music states on it blog, "We’re excited to announce Beats Music will be bringing you the right song for right now on your smartphone January 21st. AT&T customers are in for a treat — music for every member of your family — up to five people and ten devices — $50 in value for just $14.99."

Rdio, Spotify, Pandora and Baboom have every right to be jealous for they have been outdone by this new platform. The people behind this new feature have dedicated their entire lives to the music industry. Especially, the incorporation of high technology into the field of musicology is what they are experts in. 

Among the other execs directly connected with this phenomenon are Jimmy Iovine and Trent Reznor (he the former Nine Inch Nails fame). Now, anyone who wants to play some funky music in their car or in the company of their beloved may do so without a shadow of doubt. The favorite tunes and artists you have a crush on may be availed on Beats Music service.  

There are curation-based lists and a whole network of albums and prized songs for the ultimate listening pleasure on this blessing for sound-addicts. Besides the DJs that stream the music live to your device, AT&T offers this service for a nominal fee of about $15 per month. 

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