With China’s streaming services, musicians don’t need a record label to make it big in the country

//With China’s streaming services, musicians don’t need a record label to make it big in the country

With China’s streaming services, musicians don’t need a record label to make it big in the country

In the old days, a musician would welcome the support of a record label, but the gold rush in China’s music industry scene isn’t following the usual rules. For example, Dutch DJ Don Diablo doesn’t want record labels messing up his business in China. He considers the Chinese market one of his three biggest, alongside the US and Europe, and tours there six or seven times a year. He is relying instead on NetEase, one of the country’s two largest audio streaming companies.In recent negotiations…

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