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In bid to improve artist relations, Spotify will help sell merchandise commission-free

20
Jan
2014

One day before the launch of its newest competitor, Beats Music, Spotify has announced that it will now allow artists to list and sell merchandise through their profile pages. The new service — powered in partnership with music marketing startup Topspin — will let musicians sell items like t-shirts, posters, and custom vinyl without having to pay any fee or commission to either company. Over the last year a number of high profile artists, such as Radioheads Thom Yorke, have accused Spotify of paying artists poorly and generally being unfriendly to new musicians.

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