Golden Boy has officially launched the Apple Music music promotion service.
The new service, which will start with just 10,000 subscribers on Sept. 1, will offer Apple Music subscribers unlimited streaming of over a million songs on its service.
Golden Boy, founded in 1997, has a reputation for producing music that is both groundbreaking and groundbreakingly innovative.
The company has launched several of the most popular music services in the U.S. and around the world, including Spotify, Apple Music, iHeartRadio, Tidal and Beats Music.
Golden Man was named as one of the top 100 most innovative companies in the US in 2015.
In addition to the Apple-produced hits, the company has produced music by artists like Rihanna, Drake, Katy Perry and Bruno Mars.
The service has also produced hits by the likes of Katy Perry, Adele, The Weeknd, Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Adnan Khan and Lorde.
The site is also working with the likes to promote upcoming artists and shows, including the new Netflix documentary series, “Behind the Music.”
In an interview with CBC, Golden Boy co-founder and CEO Mark Newman said the new service is not only better than what the company had before, but also more innovative than the last one.
“We’ve got a lot of very, very innovative people at the helm of this, and we have a very, quite, very large team here at Golden Boy that’s dedicated to the job and doing the job the right way,” Newman said.
“So, it’s really a new-generation product that’s going to do a lot more for our business than we did in the past.”
Newman said the company will work with artists and producers on new music that they want to promote with Apple Music.
For instance, the new Apple Music app will allow artists to promote their new album on the service.
Newman said he is confident that Apple Music will be a significant source of revenue for the company.
“I think there’s a lot in the future for the future of this company that’s really going to be in the music business,” Newman told CBC.
“This is really something we’ve really been looking at for quite a while.
We’ve been very, really, very, passionate about the music industry for a long time.
We really believe in the power of the music, the power to make a difference in the lives of people.
And I think that’s what Apple Music is really about.”
In terms of the technology behind the new digital music service, Newman said it is a major step forward from what was already available.
“It’s an entirely new platform,” Newman explained.
“This is the most advanced, most advanced music promotion platform we’ve ever been able to deliver.”
Golden Boy is partnering with several different platforms to offer the service to its customers, including Amazon, Spotify, iPlayer, Beats Music, Apple TV, TIDAL and HBO GO.
It is also offering a variety of subscription packages that will enable users to listen to a variety and different genres of music from all the major streaming services.
The company has already launched a number of shows and films on the platform, including “Behind The Music,” which has been seen in more than 20 million homes in the United States.
Newman noted that the new program will continue to evolve over time.
“We’re going to continue to do that as we continue to add content, and as we add content to our platform, and what we see is that we’re doing very well,” Newman stated.
“I think people are really looking forward to seeing this.
It’s going be a big step forward for our company.”
The company is also partnering with the CBC to host a special event for its listeners on Oct. 11 at 7 p.m.
The CBC will be providing live streaming of the event, as well as an exclusive preview of the new Golden Boy service.