Digital music service Muzooka has emerged from invite-only beta with a music discovery service that’s promising to pay artists 100% of their sales revenues. Available as a website and iPhone app, it’s encouraging unsigned artists to upload their tracks to sell in its store, dangling the promise of “top music producers” scouting for talent – those involved at launch include Walter Afanasieff, Babyface, David Foster, Leonard Brooks and Tony Mardini. Muzooka also uses a voting system for users to vote up songs they like on its Hot List. “We realised a huge opportunity existed to create a music service that both identified up and coming talent and gave listeners a way to enjoy music in a simple, radio-style listening format,” says CEO Shawn Wilson. The company is working with Dwolla on its digital music store.

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