ANYANG, SOUTH KOREA, November 18, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Pison contents, Inc. which operates the Music distribution platform MusicSpray (www.MusicSpray.net
) has made a contract with the largest Asian music store KKBOX. Taiwanese company KKBOX is the key distributor of Chinese C-pop which has more than 10 million subscribers from across Taiwan, Hong Kong, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Japan, becoming the largest Asian Music store.
Many talented artists are having difficulties in spreading their music and becoming successful in overseas music stores, even though they have quality music. MusicSpray has been created to support these artists. MusicSpray from Pison contents, Inc. is a music distribution platform that helps artists who own music to sell their music to the world. Currently MusicSpray is a music distributor for Apple iTunes, Amazon MP3, Google Play and Spotify and is also providing music to leading Korean Music providers including MelOn and Bugs etc.
The recent contract with the biggest Asian music store KKBOX is expected to have a big impact on the Korean music market. Pison Contents, Inc. will get more leverage in Asia market. Furthermore, through this contract MusicSpray is now able to provide music not only to iTunes and Amazon in the western market, but also to the key Asian markets.
The only thing artists need to do to sell their music through MusicSpray is upload their music on MusicSpray after joining the site. Then, MusicSpray will take care of all the processes needed to distribute the music globally. One of the biggest advantages of MusicSpray is that with their lifetime membership scheme, users don't have to pay additional service fees other than the membership fee they pay when they join MusicSpray. Furthermore, all the processes from the supply of music to the financial process can be executed online, a system that has been getting very positive responses from indie artists because of its simple and convenient method.
Pison Contents, Inc. will establish a branch office in Silicon Valley, Kotra in the US and in Toulous in France and will contact various festival companies such as Midem, SWXS etc. and foreign promoters with the goal to be a 'Global gateway' for artists by enhancing their international offline networking and promotion channels.
Meanwhile, Pison Contents, Inc. has a strategic partnership with the fastest growing Korean company SoundHolic which manages Korean singers Jaurim, SuperKidd, Glen Check, Monni and Whowho etc, spreading their influence in local and overseas market.