HUAWEI MUSIC’S GIVING ALL USERS ACCESS TO 50 MILLION TRACKS AND THE FIRST THREE MONTHS ARE FREE
When times are tough, music’s something people rely on to get them through. It’s a number one comfort for many around the world, whether it’s a hip hop classic to rap along to, a vintage house music gem to put a smile on your face or some smooth drum ‘n’ bass for that quickfire morale boost. HUAWEI Music, the streaming platform from the tech company, has all of that and is offering new subscribers some VIP treatment.
New subscribers to HUAWEI Music, available in 16 countries including the UK, Ireland, Germany, France, Netherlands and more, will be given three months free – yep, a whole three months! – before the usual subs fee of €9.99 per month. Just make sure you subscribe before May 15. With that, you get over 50 million tracks and 1.2 million albums, across all genres, to soundtrack your days and nights. Obviously this is all ad-free for a seamless premium experience.
Just how it should be done, HUAWEI Music comes with personalised playlists and track recommendations based on what you’ve been listening to. So if you’ve been rinsing the latest Four Tet album, it’s likely you’ll be pointed towards bangers by the likes of Bicep and Peggy Gou. If it’s AJ Tracey you’ve been playing on repeat, expect Skepta’s latest heat to appear on your profile. Major labels such as Warner Music, Sony Music and Universal Music have partnered with HUAWEI Music to ensure you – along with 160 million other monthly users – are fed the best of the best. The New Releases and Music Buzz sections also make sure you’re clued up on all the latest tunes to drop.
Where home listening is taken care of with features such as Party Mode – allowing HUAWEI smartphone users to sync up in order to create a surround sound effect – the availability of the streaming platform on all HUAWEI products gives users experiences wherever they are. Functions such as specially-tailored running playlists – where the tempo of the track is matched to your pace -are perfect for those with a HUAWEI watch, for example. Other features include the HUAWEI Histen 3D equaliser, giving users virtual surround sound through earphones in three different modes.
For more information and to sign up, head here.
To sign up to HUAWEI Music, HUAWEI users just need to register and login to HUAWEI ID. They’ll then be able to upgrade to HUAWEI Music via the AppGallery. Once the free three months is over, the subscription will automatically renew at €9.99 per month. Peace DJ Cavon