Distributing music is about more than making something available; it’s about making an impact.
Whether you’re about to release your first single or you’re a Grammy-winner putting out your 20th studio album, you need distribution for your music, plain and simple.

The songs have to move from A to Z, from here to there, from you to your listeners. The problem is your listeners access music in dozens of different ways, in hundreds of different places. That’s where music distribution comes in.

Let’s break it down.

What is music distribution?
Google tells me that “distribution” is:

the action of sharing something out among a number of recipients.
the action or process of supplying goods to stores and other businesses that sell to consumers.
Music distribution is both of those things. GetRich Music Inc takes your music and handles:

Physical distribution, making your masterpiece available to a network of record stores (both online and “brick and mortar,” the kind you can walk into).
Digital distribution, making your music available to download platforms and streaming services such as Spotify, Apple Music, Pandora Premium, Amazon, etc.
Additional monetization services, helping you earn money for the usage of your music on YouTube, Facebook, in TV shows, and more.
Why do I need a distributor for my music?
Another way to ask this is, “Why can’t an unsigned artist get their songs onto Spotify and Apple Music directly?”

To put it simply, you as the artist are not their customer. Your fans are their customers. These companies don’t want to take on the substantial customer service and development burden of dealing directly with millions of musicians. That’s where distributors come in.