Digital music distribution service TuneCore has added MySpace Music to its list supported digital music outlets. What makes this addition unique is that for the first time, TuneCore is providing music to a primarily ad-supported music streaming service and sharing the ad revenue with its clients.

TuneCore charges unsigned artists a flat fee to distribute their music to digital retailers like iTunes and Amazon. Artists retain full rights to their music and receive 100% of all revenues made from their sale. With the MySpace Music expansion, the cost to artists remains a flat fee.