Megaupload founder teases new music service

By on September 27, 2012
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How the tables have turned…

Kim Dotcom may be enveloped in legal battles over his file-sharing website Megaupload, but that’s not stopping him from ensuring that his latest venture is rolling smoothly. Megabox looks to be a new music service that will allow users to legally stream or (supposedly) download music from their favorite artists, as well as upload their own music if they’re looking for a platform to be heard. The site aims to provide a better profit margin for artists, as compared with other music services that often take a large chunk of overall track sales.

For the moment little is known about Megabox, however in the teaser video below you can see some of the site’s features as well as a brief glimpse of some of the artists that will be available.

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kw04ckfO-yA&w=550]


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