Next month at WWDC 2015 Apple is expected to show off its new music streaming service, which may bring together Beats Music and iTunes Radio under one brand. A lot has already been said and written about the new service but so far nothing has been confirmed by Apple. There’s a new report out today which claims that the company is trying to sign some of the biggest names in music right now as guest DJs for the revamped iTunes Radio.

According to the New York Post, Apple is in discussions to sign Pharrell Williams, David Guetta and Drake as guest DJs for iTunes Radio. The sheer star power that the three boast between them, not to mention the incredible fan following, just might do wonders to bring people to Apple Music.

That’s what Apple’s new music streaming service will reportedly be called, Apple Music. The report also claims that Apple is negotiating with music labels to keep the price tag at $10 per month while offering a three-month trial period. Previous reports suggest that unlike Spotify, Apple may not offer a free streaming tier.

The Worldwide Developers Conference 2015 kicks off on June 8th in San Francisco, California. If a new music streaming service is on the cards, we can be sure that it will be unveiled during the company’s keynote address on June 8th.

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