Music streaming services need to stop focusing on men

Beyonce, with hubby Jay-Z, recently announced their star studded entry into the streaming market with the acquisition of Tidal, a counterweight to the incumbents such as Spotify. At last count by the International Federation of the Phonographic industry, some 41 million people around the world had become streaming music subscribers. Recently Spotify announced it had attracted 15 million subscribers of its own. But Beyoncé and Taylor Swift, who has been in a battle with Apple over music streaming aren’t the only women not enamoured with the incumbent streaming services, who are supposedly saviours for an industry recovering from piracy and the…

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