Beats Music has officially launched its official pay for stream service. Jimmy Iovine with the help of billionaire Len Blavatnik has opened the doors for their subscription service late Monday night. User will have to shell out $10 bucks a month to listen to a wide library of songs. Beats Music also features curated playlists from celebs among other cool options. It’s available on iTunes, Google Play, Web browsers and on Sonos home music systems and is coming to Android very soon. With Trent Reznor as the chief creative officer, expect some big things in the near future.

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HOT97 is also joining in on the Beats Music service with curated playlists. Read an official press release below…

January 16, 2014 (New York, NY) – HOT 97 WQHT FM, the #1 station for Hip Hop and R&B in the New York tri-state area, is excited to join Beats Music, the new music streaming service which brings fans and music lovers an unparalleled personalized and curated listening experience that answers two important questions: “What should I listen to?” and “what song comes next?” HOT 97 and their Los Angeles sister-station, Power 106, will be the exclusive Hip Hop radio stations for the platform’s launch, curating a series of Beats Music playlists on behalf of our world-famous DJs and iconic Hip Hop brands! “HOT 97 is always looking for new and innovative ways to interact with our listeners all over the world. We’re excited to have this opportunity to partner with Beats Music and bring our music and brand via a new way of streaming. On January 21, make sure you check out ‘The Tunnel’ playlist!” states HOT 97 VP of Programming, Ebro Darden.

“Beats Music combines the emotion only a human created playlist can give you with the best personalization technology can deliver,” said Ian Rogers, Beats Music CEO. “With this you get not just the music experience only a talented DJ or music expert can deliver, but also the right one for you right now.”

HOT 97 and Power 106 join some of the biggest brands in music, including Rolling Stone and Pitchfork, and all major record labels to contribute more than 20 million songs for users to choose from to create their own personal listening experiences. Through extensive research and studying music trends, HOT 97 has created amazing playlists for music lovers to enjoy. Beginning January 21, 2014, Beats Music will be available on all iOS, Android and Windows phones, as well as online, for a $9.99 monthly subscription fee.

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