The .music generic Top Level Domain (gLTD) is one of the most highly sought-after URL extensions, receiving multiple applicants, and it's likely to trigger an auction process.
Owning the extension would mean artists, labels and other players able to replace the .com or .co.uk of their web address with something more relevant and potentially more secure.
Google has also applied for 101 names including dozens of the gTLD name string, such as .google and .youtube, .boo, .dad and .new. Amazon has applied for a total of 76 names.
ICANN said that it had received a total of 1,930 requests for its first round of new net names - 166 of them were in alternatives to the Latin alphabet.
Other top-level domains that have been applied for by more than one party include .sex, .home, .diy, .art, .book, .news, .play, .shop and .vip and the most-contested name is .app which received 13 applications.
ICANN has now invited anyone with an objection to any of the claims to lodge a complaint within the next seven months. It aims to make the new domains live in batches of 500, with the first set going live some time after March 2013.
Applicants had to pay a $185,000 (?118,800) fee to take part in the application process - they also face a minimum $25,000 annual renewal charge to keep their suffix once it has been granted.