Brooks has launched GhostTunes, a new digital music store. The store’s CEO is Randy Bernard, former CEO of IndyCar and Professional Bull Riders.
Artists will be able to sell their music on GhostTunes as individual songs, album only, or as bundled releases. Artists like Ariana Grande, Sam Smith, and Coldplay are selling their latest releases on the site. The press release says the store “offers a catalog of million songs and products” It’s unclear if they meant to say “a million” or “millions”.
Brooks’ entire catalogue is available on GhostTunes. For $29.99, fans can get Brooks’ past eight studio albums and pre-orders of his two upcoming releases.
The only noteworthy feature of the store is the ability to sell releases as full-album only. The design of the site is a little wonky and the logo looks like a less polished version of the Ghostly International logo.
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