Drive Music TV

"Drive Music TV” runs 24/7 all around the globe. Fans enjoy mainstream,
rarely heard and many “first time released” remixes, thanks to our elite and exclusive relationships.
This global stream will bring mainstream and culturally diverse multi-genre (EDM, Pop, LGBT “Circuit Party Remixes”, Latin & Hip-Hop).
Fans enjoy a new dimension and evolution in the music/video streaming industry.

Drive Global Channel

Check out The NEW Drive Global Live Video Stream NOW for a sneak preview Exclusively on Speir.TV,
Drive features the latest music videos from your favorite artists…

EDM Global Channel

Ready for some jumpin and thumpin?
Because we are! Make your way to the dance floor with our industry leading selection of EDM music.
Enjoy the special partnerships we have with EDM labels and artists to bring you the tracks that
keep the party going anywhere you bring it 24/7.

LGBT Global Channel

You look fabulous, your outfit in on point,
your friends are gathering and the venue is ready to be filled with an army of hotness.
You’ve arrived at the destination and it’s time to go into that transformational place only this music genre can deliver.

Hip Hop Global Channel

Breakdown to the beats of Hip Hop
and its multiple sub genres via our wide selection of the latest, hottest and old school. 
The turntables are ready, headphones are on and the microphones ready.
So gather your friends and to chill or dance with the best of Hip Hop.

Latin Global Channel

¿Estás listo para la fiesta? ¿Tienes los movimientos? 
Ready to party to the hottest Latin Music? Enjoy many Latin sub genres to bring you to places only
the right music and imagination can take you.

Pop Global Channel

Pop musicis a genre of popular music that originated in its modern form in the United States and United Kingdom
during the mid-1950s. The terms “popular music” and “pop music” are often used interchangeably, although the former describes all
music that is popular and includes many different styles. “Pop” and “Rock” were roughly synonymous terms until the late 1960s,
when they became increasingly differentiated from each other.