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Google Music to launch without label licenses

Google Music to launch without label licenses

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Google’s attempt to enlist major labels in their a personal online storage locker product has hit a snag. But that’s not stopping Google. Instead, the search giant will launch the service without their buy in.

Google Music is a cloud-based service that would allow users to upload their music to an online storage locker, from where they can stream and download files from Internet connected devices. The service is virtually identical to Amazon’s Cloud Drive. Amazon was also forced to go live without label agreements.

Sources say Sony Music and Universal are the problem.

In addition to the service, Google will launch its new music player app for Android devices.

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