Fresh off of doing nothing in particular for the last decade or so, Garth Brooks has launched his own alternative to iTunes. The service is called ‘Ghost Tunes’ and promises to pay out a higher royalty rate to artists than competitive services.
Naturally, his new album is front and centre on the service, but it’s not without its hiccups:
GhostTunes’ Garth Brooks-centered launch isn’t going entirely as planned. Many fans have taken to the internet, complaining that when they download Brooks’ new album they get an empty .ZIP file. Others say the only solution is to download the album tracks one by one.