The music industry is reeling after Google announced on Monday it is offering album cover creators a $200,000 bonus.
Google is offering the album cover artists a $100,000 “bonus” to cover songs from the music site Spotify.
That’s the highest percentage of any music industry site that offers bonus money, according to a review of data by The Wall St Journal.
Spotify has a $2.4 billion valuation and is a leading destination for musicians.
It is owned by Google.
In addition, Spotify has a large music business, with its artists selling music on the site for a fee.
The bonus is available to any album cover artist who has a song on the Google Play Music app, Google’s service for Android.
Google offers other services, including a music-only streaming music service.
Spotify also has a music subscription.
The Spotify bonus is not limited to just music.
The site also gives artists an incentive to promote their songs in Spotify’s search results, the Journal reported.
Spot in Google Play will continue to be a premium option for Google Music users until the company announces plans to sell the service separately, the company said in a blog post.
Google has been the main source of income for many of the most prominent record labels.
Spotify has also helped to boost the careers of some of the artists who have become big-time record labels, including the Beatles, Beyonce, Justin Timberlake and Justin Bieber.
Spotify’s biggest stars include Jay Z, Beyoncé and Rihanna.
Spotify recently raised $2 billion in funding from private investors.
In January, Spotify said it would be shutting down its service for Apple Music and Beats Music in June, citing the rise in piracy of songs.
Spotify had more than a million paid subscribers at the time.