Chance the Rapper drops surprise new song on 'struggling' SoundCloud

Chance the Rapper drops surprise new song on 'struggling' SoundCloud

Chance the Rapper drops surprise new song on 'struggling' SoundCloud

While this is good news, there hasn't been any concrete details on how Soundcloud plans to stay afloat and compete with other streaming platforms like Spotify and Apple Music. Producer group J.U.S.T.I.C.E League took to Twitter to reiterate some previous claims that Chance doesn't pay producers and question just how altruistic Chano's charitable efforts have been.

The three-time Grammy victor also asked fans to shout-out the music they discovered on SoundCloud through the years.

The 24-year-old musician and Young Thug dropped "Big B's" on the site, just days after the company was forced to lay off nearly 40 percent of its staff. "Not in 50 days, not in 80 days or anytime in the foreseeable future".

In a blog post on SoundCloud's website, Ljung assured fans that the rumors are just "noise", adding, "The music you love on SoundCloud isn't going away, the music you shared or uploaded isn't going away, because SoundCloud is not going away".

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Troubled music streaming service SoundCloud has said rumours around its possible closure are "noise", and that the company was "here to stay". Your music is safe.

In addition to the staff cuts, it is expect that offices in San Francisco and London will be closed with only the NY and Berlin headquarters remaining. This was coincided by grim statements from the co-founders warning that they may not survive the end of the year.

The musician tweeted on Thursday: "I'm working on the SoundCloud thing."

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