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While worldwide music distribution has increasingly become a reality for indie artists and labels in the digital age, the largest market of music listeners - China - remains untapped, due to the lack of trusted online distribution such as iTunes, Amazon & Spotify, as well as government regulations & censorship. Added to this is the fact that all the major Western social sites (Facebook, Twitter, Youtube,...) are blocked by the Chinese government.
On a positive note though, China has witnessed a transformation in its music market and industry over the past few years. Led by government efforts to legitimize the market, the growth of legal streaming service and changing consumer behavior, the music industry has reaching that 'inflection point'. According to the IFPI's Global Music Report, China has lept from the 21st largest music market in 2013 to the 12th on 2016, with 20.3% growth in the value of the recorded music industrylast year, driven by 30.6% increase in streaming revenue. It's a market with over 1 billion mobile phone users, 800 million internet users (over 2x the U.S.), 400 million under age 30 and the fastest growing middle class in the world. According to eMarketer, there were over 500 million smartphone users in China in 2014, a figure will exceed 700 million in 2018. In other words, it is likely to become the largest music market in the world over the next decade.
Our article on award-winning artist Erick Blu was picked up by Toutiao, China's most important news aggregation service
What we do
Our Chinese staff will write original material and reviews on your music/video based on your marketing material as well as interact with fans and tastemakers through social media, all in Chinese.
Through our partners in Asia, we will digitally distribute your album, EP or single to music streaming services throughout Greater China, including: QQMusic, KKBOX, Xiami, NetEase,... and many more (see image above). This is for streaming on Spotify-like services primarily in mainland China as well as Taiwan and Hong Kong. You will payout all net royalty revenues generated (minus 20% distributors commission) via paypal or bank wire transfer.
Artists from our roster on Chinese music portal Kanjian ING Top 10 Chart
Marketing Your Music In China
We've built active network to promote your music in China through our MusicDish*China brand, through which we will:
You can download our PDF outlining music services we distribute through as well as examples of promotion on Chinese music portals, social media and mobile apps.
Want to distribute and promote your latest album? Why not your back-catalogue?