Spotify, iTunes Radio, and other streaming services will have some new competition when Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine’s Beats Music officially launches on January 21st in the U.S.

According to the BeatsMusic.com, the service, “combines the power of human curation with technology to always deliver the right music to you at the right time. All you have to do is hit play.”

Along with the announcement of the launch date, we get photos of the interface and a press release.

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We wanted to build a music service that combined the freedom of an on-demand subscription service – unlimited, uninterrupted streaming and downloads of tens of millions of songs – but layer on top features that would give you that feeling only music that moves you can give. The right song at the right time will give you a chill. Make you pull someone close. Nod your head. Sing in the mirror. Roll down the car window and crank the volume to the right.

Head over to BeatsMusic.com [here] to view their visual aids to go along with their press release. You can also grab your username now on the site before the official launch.