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18 May 2018, 09:37 | Brenda Erickson
YouTube to launch music streaming service on 22 May
Combined, the new music service and premiumvideo subscription replace YouTube Red, a service originally launched in Australia nearly exactly two years ago. This will get expanded beyond to other countries in the following weeks. YouTube Music Premium is the ad-free version of the music streamer that allows you to listen to tunes in the background, and download tunes.
YouTube Music's personalized home screen dynamically adapts to provide recommendations based on people's listening history, where they are and what they're doing.
Now YouTube Red has been rebranded to YouTube Premium and will cost $11.99 per month instead of $9.99. YouTube Premium will still offer ad-free YouTube and access to original content.
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YouTube Music will launch in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico and South Korea on May 22.
YouTube has also revealed its is rebranding YouTube Red as YouTube Premium. YouTube Premium isn't YouTube MusicPremium, although YouTube MusicPremium is included.
Google Play Music has failed to match the popularity of similar services like Spotify, Amazon Music, or Apple Music. In the longer run, it's widely-expected that YouTube Music will eventually replace Google Play Music - due to the overlap between the two services. The launch is the latest attempt by Google, YouTube's parent company, to penetrate the streaming market.
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