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Drake helps launch Apple Music

Drake helps launch Apple Music

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Drake completes first leg of Jungle Tour

Drake helps launch Apple Music

Drake did a little celebrating with his buddies in NYC after finishing the first leg of his very successful Jungle Tour.

Good pal Jas Prince helped out by showing up with the champagne, Ace Of Spades, and at $20,000 a bottle he somehow managed to bring six of them.

Jas is the CEO of Rap-A-Lot Records out of Houston, and is believed to have helped to discover Drake.

Parting at the VIP Room in New York, fellow rapper Future joined them before they all headed over to the near by Up & Down Nightclub.

Earlier Drake was in San Francisco, where he helped launch Apples new music download site called Apple Music.

This will rival Spotify and Tidal and is an update to Apples iTunes store, Apple CEO Tim Cook said, “History has had a very rich history of change, some of which we have a part in.”

Beats founder Jimmy Iovine then described the service and how “it’s all the ways you love music, all in one place.”

Adding, “For fans, we’ve tried to create a complete experience, tens of thousands of music videos with no ads”

Trent Reznor from Apple said, “There needs to be a place where music can be treated less like digital bits but more like the art it is, with a sense of respect and discovery,”

Apple Music will debut on most platforms on June 30th and cost subscribers $9.99 a month. Like its predecessor Beats Music, Apple Music will not offer a “freemium” mode, but the service will offer the first three months for free; a six-person family plan will cost $14.99.




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