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Listening to Rhapsody on Android Just Got a Little Personal

We’ve been hard at work developing a personal music concierge experience, making it easy to listen to more of the music you love. Our latest Android update is designed to make discovering music through Rhapsody more personal and to reward you for sharing Rhapsody with friends. Music Box, new in-app music inbox, alerts you when new music is available from[…]

Wale's "The White Shoes" 24HR Exclusive on Rhapsody

Wale – “The White Shoes” – Rhapsody Exclusive 24HR Premiere

Wale’s highly anticipated new album, The Album About Nothing, is out on Tuesday (March 31) and we are thrilled to premiere his newest single, “The White Shoes,” exclusively on Rhapsody. Starting at midnight (ET) on Friday (March 27), Rhapsody members will be the first to listen to the full track. But don’t wait to click play – “The White Shoes”[…]

Led Zeppelin on Rhapsody

Welcome, Led Zeppelin!

We thought this day would never come — yet here it is. And it’s time to share the big news with our faithful subscribers: You can now listen to the entire Led Zeppelin discography on Rhapsody. That’s right. From Led Zeppelin IV (aka ZoSo) and Physical Graffiti to Houses of the Holy and Led Zeppelin II, we’re talking about nothing[…]

Rhapsody Presents

“Rhapsody Presents” Artist Showcase Series in Nashville

We’re thrilled to announce that our music series “Rhapsody Presents” will be kicking off a new quarterly showcase highlighting independent artists in Nashville. The showcase will put the spotlight on some of the industry’s most exciting talent covering a range of genres from new folk to Americana to rock. Rhapsody has collaborated with entertainment company Thirty Tigers and will kick-off[…]

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Why Streaming (Done Right) Will Save the Music Business

By Jason Epstein and Rob Glaser, Co-Chairmen, Rhapsody This op-ed originally appeared in essay form on Billboard.com and in full-length form on Re/code.  “There’s somethin’ happening here, what it is ain’t exactly clear … ” — Stephen Stills When the legendary American rock band Buffalo Springfield sang those words in 1966, they were singing about a youth uprising in LA,[…]