A brand new YouTube music subscription service has just launched and is set to make a big impact in the market which will give users access to all YouTube Originals as well as YouTube Music.
Although YouTube already has a successful one billion music fans who use the website everyday, the company is about to go head to head with rivals such as Apple, Spotify and Amazon as they launch a brand new streaming service.
A noticeable advantage of YouTube music is its huge library, which packs a bumper 45 million songs.
The platform has not yet been announced for the UK but so far it has launched in the US, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico and South Korea before plans to expand to an added fourteen countries including the UK.
Similar to Spotify, there will be an option of a free ad-supported account. However, the subscription tier will cost $9.99 a month (around £7.40), similar to that of its competitors.
Written By Kenny Leavett