A New Music Streaming Service is Launching Soon — Here’s What We Know About It

Yup, you read that right: a new music streaming platform is going to be launched soon by none other than the GRAMMY Museum.

It was last week when the GRAMMY Museum announced “Collection: Live,” its official online streaming service that will give fans all over the world exclusive access to interviews, performances, and live streams with A-List celebrities and artists.

It will be launching on Thursday, September 17, starting off with a special interview with Billie Eilish and FINNEAS who swept multiple awards in the January GRAMMYs for their album When We All Fall, Where Do We Go?

Fans can also expect content featuring Selena Gomez, the Jonas Brothers, and the band Glass Animals. Content featuring BTS, Tame Impala, and Rufus Wainwright will also be arriving in the following weeks.

You can subscribe to the platform for US$29.99 (~PHP 1,450) a year or US$2.99 (~PHP 145) a month.

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