In its announcement, Universal Music accused TikTok of "trying to build a music-based business without paying a reasonable price for the music."
Recent online trend involving an "AI Stefanie Sun" has been sweeping across social media platforms, captivating fans and critics alike. Enthusiasts have utilized sophisticated AI models combined with post-production techniques to simulate the unique voice of popular singer Stefanie Sun, covering a vast array of songs.
On April 27th, BYD announced that the NetEase Cloud Music car version has been launched on the BYD DiLink application market.
On April 10, news about Jay Chou, a Taiwanese singer, songwriter, record producer, rapper, actor and television personality suing Chinese technology company NetEase for unfair competition went viral on Weibo, a Twitter-like platform.
Candy Digital, the next-generation digital collectible company, and Getty Images, a preeminent global visual content creator and marketplace, announced on March 7 a partnership titled "Exposure: by Getty Images & Candy".
On December 27, NetEase Cloud Music announced that it had reached a framework for cooperation with Kuaishou Music in the fields of copyright, song promotion and musician co-development.
TMELAND, the first virtual social music platform under Tencent Music Entertainment, opened a new metaverse zone for fans on October 24 during the Coca-Cola Fan Festival through WeChat mini programs in China.
Global music and entertainment company Warner Music Group announced on September 29 its new collaboration with OpenSea, a marketplace for NFTs, to provide a platform for select WMG artists to build and extend their fan communities through Web3.
MUS, the first social music app released by NetEase Cloud Music, on September 27 officially opened for registration. MUS, an abbreviation of Music with Us, is designed for matching user groups with similar music tastes.
Tencent Music Entertainment Group (TME) has reportedly obtained approval for a second public listing on the main board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx), issuing relevant documents on September 15.
Tencent Music Entertainment Group (TME), the leading online music and audio entertainment platform in China, announced on August 31 a new partnership with global music media brand Billboard.
Taiwanese singer and songwriter Jay Chou and music entertainment brand JVR Music, which he co-founded in 2007 with Vincent Fang and JR Yang, have set their sights on the music metaverse.
On August 9, world-renowned music content platform Billboard announced its official entry into the Chinese market, further expanding its global influence and bringing rich global music trends and content to music lovers in the country.
The Cometary NFT series by Paul Wong, a well-known Hong Kong singer, songwriter and record producer, was listed on the BitMart NFT marketplace at 12:00 pm on August 3.
QQ Music, a subsidiary of Tencent Music, recently added the "Music Zone" to its alpha test version. Music Zone provides users with a virtual space in which they can take part in various social experiences.
Tencent Music Entertainment Group (TME) announced on Monday that it plans to launch a one-stop music production services platform called "Qimingxing Music Assistant."
Beijing-based tech firm ByteDance has recently launched an app called "Sponge Band." This product will better serve users with music editing needs on Soda Music and Douyin.
The Tencent Music Data Research Institute released the "2021 Chinese Digital Music Annual White Paper" on Tuesday. The report shows that the total number of new Chinese songs reached 1.145 million in 2021.
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On Thursday, ByteDance’s Douyin announced an upgrade to the company's open music platform, "Zhirexinghe".