Along with unveiling its new Music Store, Google also announced today that indie musicians will not be left out in the cold when it comes to selling songs. No, the search giant is also launching the Artist Hub, which will allow artists to sell songs in the Google Music Store and via YouTube.
At long last, Google has launched its next version of Google Music at a live event in Los Angeles, complete with a music store featuring tunes from three of the four major labels (EMI, Sony and Universal) as well as a cadre of indie labels.
Back in May, Google launched its Google Music Beta service, much to the disappointment of many music fans — it was basically a music locker (online storage) and did not feature a music store. Well, according to rumors aplenty — and the above screenshots — we could be seeing a Google Music Store launching on November 16.