We’re sure you’ve been waiting with baited breath to see how Mega mogul Kim Dotcom’s direct-to-consumer music site Baboom would look. It’s soft-launching today, albeit with just one artist page available, to show how the service will work. That artist? Er, Kim Dotcom. It’s debuting alongside the launch of Dotcom’s new album ‘Good Times’, although it’s already being made available to buy on iTunes and other download stores, and to stream on various streaming services. A press release for Baboom claims that the teaser site will “give everyone a flavour of what’s to come when the site is fully unleashed in late 2014”. That represents another delay to the full launch of Baboom, which was originally expected to go live in June 2013. Stand by for a Music Ally interview with Kim Dotcom later this week, in which he talks about Baboom and the wider music industry.

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