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A YouTube Channel has hit 100 billion views for the first time ever

India’s T-Series YouTube channel has become the first channel to ever earn 100 billion total video views. Last year the Indian entertainment channel overtook PewDiePie as the most subscribed channel in the world. T-Series is a clear example of how massive Indian content is becoming online, especially as more of India becomes connected and smartphones have become so prevalent there recently. We reported on how popular T-Series was becoming last month, when it was revealed that they get 7...
Tags: Music, Youtube, Music Videos, India, US, Smartphones, Bollywood, Indian, Pewdiepie, Views, Most Viewed, YouTube Channel, Channel, Bhushan Kumar, Digital Video News, T-Series


How to distribute your beats

There are many platforms online that can help with advertising and selling licenses to your beats for other artists to use in there music. You can also benefit from distributing your beats to stores through RouteNote. Here’s how we can help you out. The following tips depending on the sort of license you’re handing out to artists. Be sure you know exactly what you’re promising artists in terms of how and where they can use and sell your music before implementing any of the below. Dist...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Google Play, Facebook, Spotify, Music, Instagram, Free, Youtube, Rap, Online, Itunes, Hip-hop, Beats, Stores, Tidal


40 years of game music in 2 minutes (video)

Internet bass legend turned YouTube memer Davie504 breaks down all of the biggest games and gaming moments with one instrument in just over 2 minutes. The post 40 years of game music in 2 minutes (video) appeared first on RouteNote Blog.
Tags: Gaming, Games, Music, Video Games, Youtube, Fun, Davie504, Video Game Music, Game Music


YouTube’s new original documentary ‘Terms and Conditions’ isn’t about what you think

YouTube’s upcoming feature-length original isn’t about pages of legal documents but one of the UK’s most controversial underground music scenes. This week YouTube releases it’s latest in it’s music themed original documentaries. The feature length ‘Terms and Conditions’ follows UK Drill with an intense look at the rap scene and it’s culture. The film follows the people making the music that takes its roots from the offshoot of trap music that is imbued with natural, UK raw grit. Drill ...
Tags: Music, UK, London, Documentary, Youtube, Stabbings, US, Urban, Bbc, Chicago, Documentaries, BAFTA, Knife crime, Artist / Label News, Drill, Brian Hill


First look at Quibi – the video streaming app with a twist

Quibi gives us the first look at it’s streaming app set to release in April. Quibi, short for “Quick Bites”, is the newest contender hoping to break into the video streaming world. Billionaires, tech executive Meg Whitman & Hollywood producer Jeffrey Katzenberg secured over $1 billion in investments to put this idea to action. Only offering videos less than ten minutes, Quibi hopes to standout over some of the largest companies not only in video streaming, but the world: Netflix, Ama...
Tags: Apple, Ios, Amazon, Android, Music, Hbo, Nbc, Youtube, Investments, Disney, Video Streaming, US, Download, App, New, Apple TV


YouTube will soon let you upload music your own private cloud

YouTube Music have set out their plans to launch a cloud library where users can upload their own music to access from anywhere. Google have released some exciting documents – well the documents themselves aren’t exciting, but what they mean for YouTube is! These documents explained how users can upload their own music files to YouTube Music to access in their own personal cloud library when the feature launches soon. YouTube Music users will be able to upload songs and albums from thei...
Tags: Google, Cloud, Music, Youtube, Youtube Music, Google Play Music, Digital Music News, WMA, Cloud Library, Personal Storage, Cloud Uploads, Music Uploads, YT Music, YouTube Music Premium Google


Peanuts Rock: Watch the Peanuts Gang Play Classic Rock Songs by Queen, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Journey & More

In a very crowded field, Garren Lazar's comical take on Queen’s "Bohemian Rhapsody" is a stand-out. Comical in the literal sense. Lazar, aka Super G, struck a rich vein when he thought to mash the Rolling Stones’ "Sympathy for the Devil" with footage culled from Charles Schulz’s animated Peanuts specials. And over the last six years, he’s mined a lot of gold, using Final Cut Pro to pair familiar clips of a drumming Pigpen, Snoopy slapping a double bass, and the iconic “Linus And Lucy” sc...
Tags: Google, Music, Comedy, Youtube, College, New York City, Chicago, Animation, Charlie Brown, Lucy, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Facebook Twitter, Charlie, Lazar, Schroeder, Schulz


The Popdose Interview: A Cherry Red Records Roundtable

As the sun rises in London, Cherry Red Records releases C90 , a three disc compilation rounding up 63 indie rock gems that captures a pivotal moment in underground British music: 1990, the dawn of a new decade, where the Indie scene steadily gave way to Madchester (Happy Mondays, The Stone Roses), Shoegaze (Lush, Slowdive), and the fertile seeds that would later on bloom into BritPop (Pulp, Oasis, Blur). Now, most of the aforementioned big names don’t appear on this compilation, and that’s p...
Tags: Amazon, Music, UK, London, Youtube, US, Bbc, Jesus, John, John Peel, Mark Twain, Cleveland, Richard, Brexit, Popdose, Nme


The C90 Interview: A Cherry Red Records Roundtable

As the sun rises in London, Cherry Red Records releases C90 , a three disc compilation rounding up 63 indie rock gems that captures a pivotal moment in underground British music: 1990, the dawn of a new decade, where the Indie scene steadily gave way to Madchester (Happy Mondays, The Stone Roses), Shoegaze (Lush, Slowdive), and the fertile seeds that would later on bloom into BritPop (Pulp, Oasis, Blur). Now, most of the aforementioned big names don’t appear on this compilation, and that’s p...
Tags: Amazon, Music, UK, London, Youtube, US, Bbc, Jesus, John, John Peel, Mark Twain, Cleveland, Richard, Brexit, Popdose, Album Reviews


From “C86” to “C90”: A Cherry Red Records Indie-Rock Roundtable

As the sun rises in London, Cherry Red Records releases C90 , a three disc compilation rounding up 63 indie rock gems that captures a pivotal moment in underground British music: 1990, the dawn of a new decade, where the Indie scene steadily gave way to Madchester (Happy Mondays, The Stone Roses), Shoegaze (Lush, Slowdive), and the fertile seeds that would later on bloom into BritPop (Pulp, Oasis, Blur). Now, most of the aforementioned big names don’t appear on this compilation, and that’s p...
Tags: Amazon, Music, UK, London, Youtube, US, Bbc, Jesus, John, John Peel, Mark Twain, Cleveland, Richard, Brexit, Popdose, Nme


TikTok’s new safety features let parents control how teens and children use it

TikTok’s new features are designed to give parents control over how their young ones use the app including limits to how much time they can spend on it. TikTok have added new controls for parents on their mobile apps. The new family safety mode lets parents set limits for how long their youngsters can use the app to ensure they aren’t getting sucked in by the massively popular new social platform too much. Other additions to protect children and teenagers allow parents to control who ca...
Tags: Mobile, Family, Music, Kids, Children, Youtube, Social Media, App, Viral Videos, Restrictions, Safety Features, Digital Video News, Family Safety, Douyin, Tiktok, Children's Privacy


15 years since YouTube launched they lay out their plans for 2020

Can you believe it’s been a whole 15 years since YouTube’s website went live? We’ve come a long way. February 14th, 2005. The internet was well established but still in the early days of much of the established worldwide web we have today. Social sites like Facebook were just getting started and YouTube’s website went live for the first time. It was a simple yet brilliant idea. A website where people could easily post and share videos – a world of possibility. No doubt even the wisest o...
Tags: Google, Videos, Facebook, Music, Internet, Youtube, Billie, Creators, Justin Bieber, 2020, Susan Wojcicki, Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa, Old Town Road, Digital Video News, Year Ahead


Spotify look to launch in South Korea this year

Melon, Bugs!, and YG are going to have their eyes keenly on Spotify as it looks like they may finally launch in South Korea in 2020. South Korea has become one of the hottest places for music in the world. They have an entire cultural export in K-Pop that is massive the world over, and their own love for music is just as prominent with 1 in 5 South Koreans subscribed to music streaming services. These people mostly use vastly popular services that were born in the country like Melon, Bu...
Tags: South Korea, Spotify, Music, Bugs, Youtube, Korea, Yg, Music Streaming, Gangnam Style, Seoul, Psy, Streaming Services, Naver, Digital Music News, Melon, Vibe


Love You Back! Rasmus Hagen with a Great Track

I heard this track for the first time today and I just loved its message. Love You Back! The post Love You Back! Rasmus Hagen with a Great Track appeared first on RouteNote Blog.
Tags: Video, Music, Youtube, Love, Airwaves, Music News, Artist / Label News, Chill, Airwaves Music, Love You Back, Rasmus Hagen


Going Viral Helped Catapult Roddy Ricch and ‘The Box’ to #1 — But There’s More to the Story

It’s barely two months into 2020, but it’s already been a big year for rapper Roddy Ricch. The 21-year-old Compton artist has claimed the #1 spot on the Billboard Top 100 for the past five weeks with his viral earworm of a rap song, “The Box,” from his debut album Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial, which is the longest-running #1 debut rap album to be on the Billboard 200 in nearly two decades since 50 Cent’s Get Rich or Die Tryin’ in 2003. Ricch also won his first Grammy two weeks ago ...
Tags: Music, News, Entertainment, NYC, Youtube, Uncategorized, Atlanta, Chicago, Justin Bieber, Viral, Kansas City Chiefs, West Coast, Mall, Nipsey Hussle, Meek Mill, Atlantic Records


Going Viral Helped Catapult Roddy Ricch and ‘The Box’ to No. 1 — But There’s More to the Story

It’s barely two months into 2020, but it’s already been a big year for rapper Roddy Ricch. The 21-year-old Compton artist has claimed the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Top 100 for the past five weeks with his viral earworm of a rap song, “The Box,” from his debut album Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial, which is the longest-running No. 1 debut rap album to be on the Billboard 200 in nearly two decades since 50 Cent’s Get Rich or Die Tryin’ in 2003. Ricch also won his first Grammy two week...
Tags: Music, News, Entertainment, NYC, Youtube, Uncategorized, Atlanta, Chicago, Justin Bieber, Viral, West Coast, Mall, Nipsey Hussle, Atlantic Records, Compton, Justin


YouTube creators get tipped cash with their new monetisation tool

YouTube are adding ‘Viewer Applause’ so that viewers can throw virtual tips at live streamers and videos. YouTube have begun testing a new feature with creators that allows their viewers to send them cash tips. The feature called Viewer Applause will give creators even more ways to earn money on YouTube. It’s similar to Twitch’s Cheer feature except will work in straight currency, as opposed to buying a virtual currency to use. It will also be a set flat-rate for each applause so viewer...
Tags: Music, Youtube, Cash, Creators, New Zealand, Earnings, Twitch, Cheer, Monetize, Viewers, Applause, Digital Video News, Monetisation, Monetise, Monetised, Super Stickers


Friday singer Rebecca Black gets candid about teenage struggle: 'I was afraid of the world'

The singer, who faced vicious online bullying after her 2011 song went viral, confronts her struggle in anniversary postThe singer Rebecca Black has opened up about her struggle with depression following the release her viral hit Friday nine years ago.In an emotional social media post to honor the anniversary, Black wrote about feeling “ashamed of herself” and “afraid of the world” during the height of her fame in her early teens. Continue reading...
Tags: Music, Technology, Social Networking, Youtube, Social Media, Culture, Black, Rebecca Black


How Pandora stacks up against the competition in 2020

5-10 years ago Pandora was the go to option for those after a unique radio experience. With Spotify, Apple Music and YouTube growing massively in the last five years, is Pandora still a viable options for music listeners? What makes Pandora unique and can they survive in 2020? Pandora has three pricing structures. FreePandora Plus – $4.99 / monthPandora Premium $9.99 / month Free and premium options are very similar in features to most other streaming services. With premium offeri...
Tags: Spotify, Family, Music, Podcasts, Free, Youtube, Software, Competition, Pandora, Radio, 2020, Student, Unique, Offline, Playlists, Streaming Service


How to successfully promote your music online

You’ve finished your master piece album, distributed to all stores and now you’re just waiting for the streams and purchases to roll in. Unfortunately, that won’t happen without the backing of a loyal fan-base. So, how can you get your name and music into the ears of thousands of listeners? Before doing anything, make sure all your social media pages (YouTube, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter), store artist profiles and website are active and looking fresh. You need to allow potential fans ...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Music, Instagram, Youtube, Streams, Sales, Blogs, Social Media, Online, Fans, How To, Reddit, Campaign, Promotion, Bandsintown


Why are pop songs getting sadder than they used to be?

Are popular songs today happier or sadder than they were 50 years ago? In recent years, the availability of large digital datasets online and the relative ease of processing them means that we can now give precise and informed answers to questions such as this. A straightforward way to measure the emotional content of a text is just to count how many emotion words are present. How many times are negative-emotion words – 'pain', 'hate' or 'sorrow' – used? How many times are words associated with ...
Tags: Spotify, Music, UK, Entertainment, Youtube, Society, United States, Sociology, Innovation, Madonna, Mark Ronson, Emotions, Uptown Funk, Composing


YouTube Premium & YouTube Music hit 20 million paying users

Alphabet CEO (Google’s parent company) Sundar Pichai announce YouTube’s latest milestones regarding their premium services. As of Q4 2019, YouTube Premium and YouTube Music have gained a combined total of 20 million subscribers. Whilst Spotify still lead the party with 113 million paying users, YouTube and Apple Music have made serious gains in the industry in the last five years, with the latter announcing 60 million paying users as of June 2019. YouTube TV has also made great strid...
Tags: Google, Spotify, Music, Youtube, US, Services, Hulu, Sundar Pichai, Sling TV, Apple Music, Subscribers, Alphabet, Youtube Music, Users, Digital Music News, Premium


What to do when selling your music online

So you’ve finished your album and published it via RouteNote, but now what? With tens of millions of tracks on stores and streaming services, you need to stand out and promote your content to make sure it’s seen and heard. We have some handy tips to making sure your music makes the impact it deserves. Track your tracks – RouteNote makes it easy to keep an eye on your statistics and earnings. Find out which stores and countries are streaming and buying which tracks the most.Customize your S...
Tags: Facebook, Spotify, Music, Instagram, Youtube, Social Media, Sharing, Stats, Online, Report, Itunes, Earnings, Streaming, Statistics, Buying, Apple Music


In 2019 YouTube made 9x what Google paid for it

YouTube have made Alphabet (Google’s parent) a very happy bunny with $15 billion in advertising revenue made in the last year alone. It’s been 14 years since Google bought YouTube, now both owned by their same-but-not-the-same-company parent organisation Alphabet. All the way back then when the fledgling video site was just getting started and it’s full potential was yet to be seen; Google bet big and paid $1.65 billion for the website. In Alphabet’s yearly fiscal report they revealed t...
Tags: Google, Videos, Music, Youtube, Report, Revenue, Profits, Revenues, Sundar Pichai, Alphabet, Ruth Porat, Porat, Alphabet Google, 2019, Digital Video News, Fiscal Year


How to start a record label online

Social media has made it easier than ever to start your own record label with no money. Get started on SoundCloud & YouTube and reach out to artists and friends you want to work with. Start small and in an area/genre you’re comfortable with. Get your tracks up on social sites and make sure they catch audiences eyes with a unique label name, established artwork design and video visualizers. Once you and the artists you’re working with are ready to start earning money, RouteNote ca...
Tags: Music, Youtube, Social Media, How To, Soundcloud, Promotion, Monetize, Routenote, Promote, Signup, SoundCloud YouTube, Sign Up, Record Label, How To / Support / FAQs, Push.fm, Fan Links


Almost famous: Bullied young Irvine rocker and his band get breaks that could launch them to stardom

On a recent Tuesday, in the middle of science class at Irvine High, a student interrupted an otherwise normal lesson by shouting a triumphant profanity. “Holy (expletive),” the kid said. He had received a text message from his dad that made him leap from his desk and jump around the classroom in celebration. His teacher, obviously stunned, confronted the disruptor. A trip to detention was about to be handed out. Here’s what was going on: A rock ‘n’ roll moment was about to happen. “They’re going...
Tags: Music, Hollywood, News, Molly, Youtube, America, Sport, People, Rome, Soccer, Slash, High School, Elton John, Johnson, Michael Jackson, Orange County


Em Rossi Moves To Sony

The talented Em Rossi recently signed with Sony Music Germany. Having been dubbed as an artist you need to know it was only a matter of time before she was snatched up. Of course it wasn’t without hard work and releasing original songs on YouTube that garnered millions of streams. The numbers on the popular social singing app SMULE was the tipping point. She has grown over 500k fans on the app and has become SMULE’s biggest partner artist. See? Why didn’t you think of that. Instead you’re Tok ...
Tags: Europe, Music, Youtube, America, Sony, Em Rossi, Shawn Mendes, ROSSI, The Latest, Indie Invaders, Em Rossi Smule, Em Rossi Sony Music Germany, Sony Music Germany Having, Troy Sivan


Raekwon – “The Appetition” EP

Today, Red Bull Music is pleased to announce the joint release of a new EP from Raekwon as well as a companion BTS documentary that examines its creation at Red Bull Music Studios, New York. The new EP, The Appetition was created in partnership with Red Bull Songs and is the iconic rapper’s first release of new music since 2017. With the goal to highlight the creative process of four collaborators and one superstar coming together to create music in a short period of time, the behind-the-scen...
Tags: Youtube, Albums, Jazz, Raekwon, Red Bull TV, Red Bull Music Studios New York


T-Series’ YouTube Channel gets over 750 million views a week

A new chart reveals that YouTube’s most popular channel in the world is also, surprise surprise, the most viewed by far. Indian YouTube channel and creators T-Series are taking the helm of the video site through a new era. After a months of tension last year, T-Series took over from longstanding YouTube king PewDiePie as the most subscribed channel in the world. Their journey to number one has followed the evolution of the website over the years. PewDiePie took the top spot many years a...
Tags: Music, Youtube, India, Pewdiepie, Subscribers, Views, YouTube Channel, Tubefilter, Digital Video News, T-Series


YouTube’s new policy to protect kids is going live now

YouTube have launched the changes to their platform that they announced last year to protect children’s privacy online. Towards the end of last year YouTube announced a change to policy across their entire platform. In increased efforts to protect children’s privacy online when accessing YouTube they required every YouTube to mark itself as ‘Made For Kids’ or ‘Not Made For Kids’, among other changes. These changes have begun rolling out globally now. Here’s what creators need to know an...
Tags: Music, Kids, Privacy, Children, Youtube, Youtube Kids, Privacy Policy, Ftc, Coppa, Digital Video News, Child Friendly, YouTube for Kids, Made for Kids, Children's Privacy, Policy Change



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