We'll let you know when you can reserve and register your own dot Music domain name.
Whether artists love it or hate it, music is here to stay on the internet. Over the years with increasing bandwidth speeds, users have been able to stream music from their internet capable devices and don't need to rely on radio, MTV or VH1 anymore. It's been a love-hate relationship between artists and the internet because of the piracy that has largely eaten into the profits music industry. On the flip side though, music of these artists have become so famous all over the world thanks to the internet which is why their main source of revenue which comes from touring around the world playing their music live has grown several fold. They're now widely followed and have fans in 6 continents eagerly waiting to listen to them perform live. Artists can now use the .music extension to distribute their music, keep their fans updated on their schedule and blog about their recent events. Besides artists, other entities that can seek to benefit from the .music extension are artist managers, production houses, music professionals, music schools, institutes and even fans themselves.
This pre-order is simply an expression of interest and does not secure your desired domain name:
What is the .MUSIC domain extension?
It's a new generic top-level domain (gTLD) which will be released by the internet's governing body ICANN as one of the many domain alternatives to the existing .COM, .NET or .ORG suffixes.
When can I buy a .MUSIC web address?
There is no exact launch date yet. We hope registrations to begin in 2017, subject to approval by ICANN. You can pre-order domains at iwantmyname before launch and we will attempt to register them as soon as the registry opens.
How much will it cost?
No price available at this stage. Our .MUSIC domain pricing will be announced closer to the Sunrise (for trademark owners) and Landrush (general availability) periods.