Apple is expected to announce the launch of a new subscription-based streaming service during the Worldwide Developers Conference next week, according to the Wall Street Journal. With it, Apple will offer unlimited on-demand streaming for $10 per month. A free tier will also be available, but will be ad-supported. The drawback of this free tier is that it will seclude users from gaining entry to an artist’s entire music catalog. To compensate for this, the company will introduce a free Internet radio service curated by familiar names in the industry. Earlier reports suggest that Drake is just one of the many artists that Apple is attempting to hold talks with.