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Listen to Music and Earn Money With These Sites

Updated on October 27, 2018
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Listen To Music Earn Money

Can you really listen to music and earn money? Is it as easy as some websites make it out to be? We'll give you our thoughts at the end of this article, but first below are a few websites that claim they pay or reward you to listen to music.

Slice The Pie

Slice The Pie is one of the oldest sites around that let people listen to music and earn money. In fact, they've been around for many years now and have built a good reputation.

The way it works is simple, you signup for a Slice The Pie account. This is completely free, and then you leave reviews on available tracks. For what it's worth, you can review other stuff on Slice The Pie, such as clothing.

As for how much you can earn regularly, this really depends on the number of things you review. Don't expect to make too much. With a lot of time and effort, you could probably earn a few bucks per day.

If you make absolutely no money online, then giving Slice The Pie a try might be worth it.

Music Xray

Music Xray is another site that claims you can listen to music and get paid to listen to it. Music Xray works a little differently than Slice The Pie because the music you listen to isn't available directly on the website. Instead, the music is delivered via email.

Signing up for an account with Music Xray is easy to do and it's free, which is the case with most sites that pay you to listen to music. Like other sites of this kind, don't expect to make hundreds per month. At best, you could make maybe a quick dollar or two per day, but in our opinion we are high balling this amount.

If you want to earn a few dollars per month by listen to music, then by all means give Music Xray a go. claims they pay you to listen to music and providing feedback on new songs that are on the airwaves. You can use via your Android device, iOS device or via the web.

You have to signup for an account, and eventually may send you survey invites via email. And then you listen to the music, rate them and answer questions that are in the survey that was sent to you. Afterwards, you'll earn gift cards for Amazon.

Tip: If you earn enough in gift cards, buy some merchandise off Amazon and resell it at a higher price.

Do note that you probably won't make a ton of money listening to music with But it is free to join; Besides time, you don't have anything to lose.


According to HitPredictor, they are a platform that allows you to influence music before it is officially released. It does state that you can review music and earn gift cards, but you have to qualify for them. If you have questions about what "qualifying" means, then shoot them over a message.

You won't earn a lot, but generally speaking if you review between 15-20 songs, then you'll likely earn a $5 Amazon gift card. This means you have to review a ton of music if you're hoping to receive a lot in the form of gift cards.

Radio Loyalty.

This site pays you in the form of points that you can eventually exchange for merchandise available via the site. You can purchase a $25 gift card or $50 gift card, as well as other items. However, you have to earn a whole bunch of points before being allowed to exchange it for cash cards.

There are various ways to earn points on Radio Loyalty. We did notice that some of the activities you can do to earn points have a cap on them. Check out this FAQ page to see what we mean.

Final thoughts

In our personal opinions, you won't make much listening to music via sites that claim they pay or reward you for doing so. If you do decide to try to make something from it, then join all of the above sites. The chances are you still won't make a lot, but at least you'll have a better chance.


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