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Why Can’t all Playlists be this Easy to Build?


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Sometimes you may be in the mood to listen to one kind of music or artist. Heck, maybe you’re in the mood to listen to a little of everything all at once. What happens if you don’t have your music with you at any given time? What you’d need is a dynamic playlist that you can create, and listen to at any given time, in any place you happen to be. Songza allows you to do just that.

Songza is the single best place to search for and listen to music on the Web. Find a song and listen immediately, in one place. Unlike KaZaa or Bit Torrent, Songza users can only listen to songs, not download them. And unlike Last.fm or Rhapsody, Songza permits users to choose exactly the song or artist they want to hear, and does not require them to subscribe or pay for its services. Songza pays for licenses from all the major performing-rights organizations (ASCAP, BMI, SESAC), who then pay the publishers and writers in proportion to the number of plays they get on Songza.

Add your favorite artists, or discover new ones. Create a playlist that you can edit with ease when you want, and listen to any time you have the desire. With Songza, it’s easy… and free. You can’t beat that.

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