Milk Music has launched in China. The Samsung-owned streaming service will include a library of 1 million tracks in addition to multiple Chinese radio stations. Milk will only be compatible with the latest Samsung devices released in China, including the Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge, and Galaxy A9 Pro.
Samsung and its streaming platform have been the source of some industry speculation of late. Milk Music shuttered in Australia late last month, and no definite reason was given. However, there have also been rumors that Samsung may have an interest in purchasing Tidal from Jay-Z. The speculation on that front doesn’t seem to have subsided, even though Samsung has said there are no plans for a buyout. The jury’s still out on whether Milk Music will stick around or for how long.