Kim Dotcom's Baboom is an 'iTunes/Spotify hybrid'

Tom Pakinkis

Kim Dotcom has billed his upcoming music service as an “iTunes/Spotify hybrid”.

Evolving from Dotcom’s Megabox venture, which was previewed in September last year, Baboom will also offer artists 90% of sales through the platform, while consumers will be able to get music for 'free' at the other end.

Dotcom described the model that would make this possible to Wired: “Baboom users can install a little plugin that replaces the ads you'd normally see on the internet with ...

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