WaTunes, the revolutionary social music service that enables users to discover millions of songs instantly has announced that it will phase out its digital distribution services for independent artists and record labels. This big move is to position WaTunes to focus solely on its social platform and the WaTunes Marketplace, a music store service that enables users to buy millions of songs from artists like Drake, Jay-Z, Lady Gaga, Janet Jackson, Lil Wayne, and Fall Out Boys. "This decision was truly a heartfelt one. We believed that our distribution services were becoming so appealing that we could no longer sustain it. It took thorough and critical thinking to come up with such a decision. We thank all the artists and labels that have participated and utilized our distribution services for their needs. Our support for their music will always be with them. " Says Kevin Rivers, CEO of WaTunes. WaTunes will retain certain artist services including selling unlimited mobile apps, ringtones, and licensing. WaTunes social platform enables artists to create their profile, embed widgets, and share music with their fans.