Years ago, you went to the record store to purchase an album of music. It was curated by the artist, and maybe you liked two or three songs (unless it was Michael Jackson). In 2003, Apple Music was launched, and it soon became popular to purchase individual songs for a mere $0.99 each. However, it took work figuring out which songs to purchase and so by 2015; more people streamed music than downloaded songs. Now you go to YouTube, Spotify, Pandora, SoundCloud, Google or Amazon and simply listen to either their curated playlist or choose one from your friends.