Playlisting your music in NetEase in China can bring you a lot of visibility - just like in SpotifyRead More
Kuaishou is China’s second biggest short-video app after TicTok. Kuaishou, founded in 2011 was originally created to make GIF pictures and quickly transformed into a short video community. Reporting over 200 million daily users in 2019 now boast 700 million users. Quickly growing attention outside of China it is also known as Kwai or SnackVideo in India.Read More
Xiami Music (also known as “Mi Music”) is China’s fifth biggest music streaming platform owned by one of the top 3 Chinese entertainment corporations, Alibaba. Although not as big as NetEase Cloud Music or Tencent’s QQ Music, the service still boasts a hefty 14.4 million monthly active users and has a range of attractive features on offer from high-resolution audio to virtual party rooms.Read More
Now indisputably China’s biggest audio sharing platform, Ximalaya FM has amassed around 500 million subscribers since its official launch in 2013. The platform encourages aspirational as well as established podcasters and media providers to upload their content and create radio station-style channels that users can follow. Ximalaya FM is among one of the many specialist streaming services in China that Musicinfo can distribute your music to.Read More
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