TuneCore, a digital music distribution service provider company for independent artists, (belonging to the parent company Believe) is set to launch in India. TuneCore has a good reach across the globe like India, Asia, South America, Africa, and Russia, as well as the United States and Europe.
After making a mark internationally, TuneCore has now stepped into the Indian market. Independent artists in India can now collect revenues in their local currency from the streaming services and digital download stores.
Tunecore.in will feature local content that caters to the Indian independent artist community including guides written by Achille Forler and Mae Thomas which provide education, and advice for Indian independent artists.
Heena Kriplani, Country Manager, TuneCore, India says
“TuneCore and Believe’s artist centric approach aligns seamlessly with my own. India has always had a unique music landscape and I’m glad we’re able to service local, independent artists with tools created specifically for keeping their global reach and local needs in mind.”
The artists of TuneCore India can distribute their music to Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, Amazon Music, and Deezer. They would soon be distributing to local Indian stores with JioSaavn, Hungama, Wynk, and other digital stores and streaming services that TuneCore is partnered with.