Brandon McFarland on Tuesday, Mar. 4th
Bop.fm launched out of beta back in December, offering playlists that source songs from multiple music sharing services, including YouTube, SoundCloud, Rdio, Spotify and most recently, Dr. Dre’s Beats.
A fun fact to consider: adding YouTube in Bop.fm’s list of music players means that you will not only get playlists from the unsigned “YouTube famous” artists, but you’ll get a music video and even special live or studio performances thrown in the mix.
The platform also has a player for web publishers that’s currently in use on Rap Genius.