Why Isn't My Love by Sia on Apple Music?

Author Pauline Kobayashi

Posted Feb 6, 2023

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The song "My Love" by Sia has become a global phenomenon with its upbeat energy and powerful lyrics. As fans rush to popular music streaming services, they may be surprised to find that while they can hear the song on other services easily, it is not on Apple Music. Why is this the case?

The primary reason for its absence from Apple Music lies in Sia's own plans for the song. Apple Music operates with strict guidelines when it comes to streaming music, including artists' choice in where their songs appear. In this case, Sia chose to not include her track on Apple Music for reasons we can only guess at. It's possible that she negotiated an exclusive rights contract with another streaming service or that she simply preferred to keep her music off certain platforms; either way, it is clear that this was intentional on her part and remains outside of Apple Music's control.

Additionally, it might be possible that there are copyright issues that make it difficult to stream "My Love" on Apple Music. These issues may go back to when the song was recorded, or could be related to any sample elements used in the production process. These types of restrictions are often imposed by other labels or publishers who are connected with the artist, thus making it more difficult for Apple Music to make this song freely available as a streaming option.

The absence of Sia's hit single "My Love" on Apple Music may seem strange at first glance, but when you look closer into the various factors involved in its distribution and availability, it makes sense. Since Sia made a conscious decision not to include this track within the platform’s catalogue and there could also be other external factors connected with copyright ownership making it hard for them resolve any licensing complications, fans of this single should look elsewhere if they want their dose of Sia from Adele vibes!

Why isn't the new Ludacris album available on Apple Music?

Ludacris' highly anticipated new album, has been eagerly awaited by fans around the world, but there has been some confusion as to why it isn’t available on Apple Music. In most cases, when a new album is released, it is added to Apple Music for streaming. This begs the question: Why isn’t this particular album available?

The most likely explanation is that Ludacris and other hip-hop artists have been using new distribution methods. Major streaming services such as Apple Music may not be first in line to acquire the rights of albums released by lesser known and independent artists. These artists may be looking for exclusive deals with smaller firms or labels that can give them better terms and provide more control over the music and distribution. This could explain why you won’t find Ludacris’ latest album on Apple Music right now.

In addition, there could be a contractual issue or dispute between Ludacris and Apple Music that might account for why the two are not currently partnering in releasing this album. Perhaps the two parties are unable to come to a mutually agreed upon arrangement regarding artist compensation or promotion of the release, leading them to part ways until a resolution can be reached.

Ultimately, it appears that fans needing to hear this generous offering of music will have to wait until more information about the album’s distribution becomes available, or until an alternate form of platform is offered where they can stream and purchase this new release from Ludacris.

Why isn't my favorite Kacey Musgraves song on Apple Music?

Kacey Musgraves is one of the most popular country music artists in recent memory, having won multiple awards such as Country Music Association awards, ACM awards and Grammy Awards. Many of her fans may be perplexed by the fact that Apple Music doesn’t feature her music. While there are a few select songs available to stream via Apple Music, her discography is not complete and certain songs may not be included for various reasons.

The most common reason why Kacey Musgraves’ songs may not appear on services like Apple Music is due to licensing issues. Music streaming services usually have to go through a lot of paperwork and negotiations with various rights holders in order to get permission from all parties to feature music, which sometimes results in certain songs being excluded from the library even after all permissions have been cleared. In other cases, there may simply be issues of economics. Certain streaming services pay more for music streaming licenses than others; if Kacey Musgraves or her label decides that the rewards are not sufficient, they may choose not to license her music on particular streaming services like Apple Music.

Finally, some Kacey Musgraves songs just may not be supported yet in certain locations — due to geo-restrictions; some streaming services may currently block or restrict access to particular audio content in certain countries or regions outside North America. Therefore, if you are living abroad it is sometimes possible that you might still find it difficult to get hold of specific tracks by Kacey Musgraves – such as your favorite song – no matter how hard you try!

Why isn't 'That's What I Like' by Bruno Mars on Apple Music?

It’s hard not to enjoy the critically acclaimed R&B and Pop hit “That’s What I Like,” from the 2017 album ‘24K Magic” by Bruno Mars. However, not many people know that the single is unavailable on Apple Music. That’s because of a unique set of circumstances, which is why this particular track is missing from the service.

First of all, “That’s What I Like” was released as a single Sony Music Japan. At the time of its release in 2017, it likely fell under some sort of exclusive licensing agreement with that music label. And since Apple Music (as well as Spotify, which also doesn't stream this track) holds contracts with other music labels, they are unable to feature this song on their services. It's quite possible that Bruno Mars' team made a conscious decision to focus primarily on their partnerships with the other labels when it comes to streaming rights on the single.

In conclusion, anyone wanting to get their hands on “That's What I Like” will have to look outside Apple Music and Spotify due to certain licensing deals that prevent these two services from featuring this particular track from Bruno Mars' "24K Magic." There is still good news though – it is available for purchase or streaming other places like Amazon Music and iTunes, so don't lose hope if you're looking for Bruno's catchy hit song!

Why isn't 'I Knew You Were Trouble' by Taylor Swift on Apple Music?

Taylor Swift’s song ‘I Knew You Were Trouble’ was one of her most catchy and successful songs ever released. It even made the Top 10 in Billboard and scored the singer five Grammy nominations for it. However, fans will be surprised to find this massively successful single is not available on Apple Music. This has been a point of confusion for many since Apple bought out her old record label to become a part of Big Machine Label Group.

The answer lies in Taylor’s open beef with the company regarding their business decisions such as developers pay and artist discrepancies when it comes to streaming services. Despite the highly successful launch of Taylor's album Lover with all its singles available across streaming platforms, 'I Knew You Were Trouble' does not appear there due to contractual disputes that Taylor directed at AppleMusic after they acquired her former label.

It appears that this dispute between Apple Musics and Taylor Swift has left 'I Knew You Were Trouble' in contractual limbo, where neither party is willing to compromise. So while this iconic song may have gone as forgotten, it can still be found elsewhere online like Spotify or YouTube easily if you search for it (as fans have done millions of times over). Sadly fans won't be able hear this classic dance floor filler on their local Apple Music but that doesn't stop them from enjoying the music she continues to create on other services.

Why isn't 'Humble' by Kendrick Lamar on Apple Music?

Kendrick Lamar's smash hit song, ‘Humble’, has been a major success since its release in March 2017. Charted at number 2 on the US Billboard Top 100 and with an incredible 583 million streams on Spotify, this song is one of the most popular songs of all-time. So why can’t you hear it on Apple Music?

The answer is simple: Apple Music does not have an exclusive license for one of Kendrick Lamar’s songs. In order to receive exclusive access to content on Apple Music, the artist in question must make a distribution agreement with Apple, which Kendrick Lamar has not done thus far. As a result, there are certain services that can play ‘Humble’ which Apple cannot provide access to.

While this may seem like a huge disappointment, there are still several other streaming options available to listen to 'Humble'. Services like Spotify, Tidal and YouTube offer fans plenty of chances to jam out to their favorite tracks by the artist at any time. Additionally, 'Humble' can be streamed via iTunes as well as purchased for download if desired. Sowhile it may not be available on Apple Music yet

Why isn't 'Say You Won't Let Go' by James Arthur on Apple Music?

The popular song “Say You Won't Let Go” by James Arthur unfortunately is not available on Apple Music. It has become a popular musical composition of this time, creating a melodious atmosphere that brings luck and joy to listeners. However, its absence in Apple Music begs the question: Why isn't this extraordinary song there?

The answer lies in the copyright issues of the song. The copyright issues also affect how it is used in sponsored promotion adverts and more recently in the “Call of Duty: WWII” game trailer. Apple Music has a strict policy on copyrighted material, involving both gaming and music. Unfortunately for James Arthur, he was unable to come to an agreement with Apple over the use of his song which subsequently made it unavailable on their streaming service.

Nevertheless, “Say You Won't Let Go” is still available on several streaming services like Spotify, Youtube Music, Amazon Music and Deezer across different countries. Additionally, Arthur's fans can purchase the single or full album as digital download tracks or physical CDs off his website or several retailers like Amazon Music & iTunes which are probably outside Apple's control if they are to obtain it with ease. Nevertheless, we hope that someday soon they come to an agreement to make this melodious light of joy universally accessible and endure generations to come.

Pauline Kobayashi

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Pauline Kobayashi is a creative writer with a passion for sharing her thoughts and experiences with the world through her blog. She has always been interested in exploring new ideas, cultures, and perspectives, which is reflected in the diverse range of topics she covers on her site. From travel to food to personal growth, Pauline's writing is insightful, engaging, and thought-provoking.

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