Peter Gabriel Launches ‘Free’ Music Service ‘We7’

Peter Gabriel launched We7 on Tuesday, a new ad-supported ‘free music’ service that allows fans to stream full songs and albums from the four remaining major labels as well as hundreds of independent labels.

Ad-supported services such as RCRDLBL have had some success in this field, but the last thing the online world needs is another music-driven social network.

I’ll be interested to see if fans flock to We7. Check out the site and let us know what you think.

A new music service that allows fans to listen to songs and albums in their entirety for free has been launched today.

Peter Gabriel co-founded the venture called We7 – a free advertising-funded music streaming service which will have music from four major labels and hundreds of indies available to listen to.

While fans get to listen to tracks in full for free before they buy, rights owners and artists will get paid by We7 from audio and digital advertising revenue.

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