Ministry of Sound highlights, in a new ad, that its playlists are now only on Apple Music.
The change comes after Apple has established an exclusive playlist deal with the music label, which implies the availability of all Ministry of Sound-created playlists on Apple Music only, starting today (Thursday, October 4). This affects some of the label’s playlists on Spotify, such as “R&B Mixtape,” “Dance Nation,” and “Rave Nation,” which will be pulled from the streaming service over the course of the next few days. The same will happen with playlists now on other non-Apple services.
The song used in the ad launched by the dance-music recording company is the recently released “Dangerous” by Kid Enigma & Riton.
Founded in 1993, Ministry of Sound represents artists that include London Grammar, DJ Fresh, Sigala, Marshmello, Yogi, and more.
Apple, which is not at the first exclusive playlist deal, has also worked to draw more subscribers by providing them with including early album releases, albums unavailable anywhere else, music videos, documentaries, and more.