Soundcloud is the best streaming service because it lets you upload your own tracks
Music is an individual experience of new perspectives. People like to listen to music because of its freshness and the way it shed light on experiences that are at once relatable but also unexpected, like that sudden beat drop that sounds nice, or that new interpretation of a breakup that helps you get through yours. Because of this, music platforms should not just be about listening to the biggest names and artists of the world but also about sharing your songs and the messages that are meaningful to you, and only SoundCloud does this. SoundCloud's best feature is its lack of gatekeepers. Unlike other platforms who pick and choose which music to post and tend only to upload the music of well-established artists, anyone can post their work on SoundCloud. As a result, SoundCloud has become the birthplace of some of the greatest current artists, such as Post Malone and Kehlani. They might not have succeeded otherwise because of the overly elitist and biased barriers in the mainstream music industry. SoundCloud allows up and coming artists to upload songs without having to go through lengthy and overcomplicated processes to gain recognition.
[P1] SoundCloud is good because it allows new artists to easily post their music and be heard.
Rejecting the premises
[Rejecting P1] SoundCloud rarely allows artists to profit from their work and its algorithms are easily exploitable.