What that means? TuneCore is – for the first time in history – enabling artists and labels to distribute an uncapped amount of music to services like Spotify and Apple Music each year for a single annual price. Commenting on the newly-overhauled pricing structure, Andreea said:  “We’ve spent a year speaking directly to artists and labels about how we can make our service better for them. What emerged is: artists want to be able to test their new music for free before distributing to all services and they want to release the music they are creating instantly, regularly, and seamlessly with one annual subscription enabling unlimited music distribution. TuneCore’s new program gives self-releasing artists at any stage of their careers the freedom to choose the plan that works best for them, while maintaining the high quality of service TuneCore is known for. With TuneCore Unlimited, artists pay less and earn more.” Artists, do you agree with this? We'd be interested to know. Nevertheless, TuneCore announced in April that it has passed the milestone of paying more than $2.5 billion in royalties to artists since the company was founded in 2006. Via Hypebot