When Apple Music and Spotify get their rap music subscription deals: What will the future hold?
Apple Music is looking to the future, and is working with Spotify on a new subscription offering.
According to Apple, it will offer a “Rap Music Pass” to subscribers, and the company will offer the “Rap” service in both Apple Music Premium and Music Unlimited.
Apple Music Premium will offer access to 50 songs and 50 tracks on a subscription basis.
Users can purchase a subscription to 50 artists per month and then stream 50 tracks in a single subscription.
The Rap service will also come with unlimited streaming access to 100 artists per subscription.
Apple also is looking at offering a “Premium” subscription, which will offer 50 songs per month, and 50 songs in a free trial.
Users will also be able to access 100 songs in one subscription, with the Rap service also available to 100 users.
Apple’s Rap service is currently available for $5.99 per month in the US, and $12.99 for Canada.
Spotify’s Rap subscription is currently $4.99, and Apple Music will have the Rap subscription for $4 per month.
Apple Music’s Rap and Premium subscription pricing is set to be announced on Tuesday, but Spotify and Apple have not yet shared the pricing details.
Apple will also announce an exclusive Rap music streaming service that will allow users to listen to the artist’s Rap music and stream their own rap tracks for free.
Spotify currently offers music streaming services in Australia, Brazil, and Spain.
Apple music has not yet announced any new music releases from artists that it will be launching, but the company has released a number of tracks in recent months.
Apple has released three new albums in the last month, two of which have been available to buy as individual tracks on iTunes.