Google is set to take another stab at the music streaming game, according to the New York Times. The company is expected to make the announcement today during their Google I/O developer conference.

The service is anticipated to cost around $10 for a monthly subscription, although deals with record companies have apparently been going slowly due to disagreements with the RIAA, who are critically of Google's attitude towards music piracy. Deals, however, have apparently been struck with Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, and Warner Music Group.

Meanwhile, Google owned YouTube have also made plans for a similar service, while previous attempt ,Google Music, remains largely forgotten and is now integrated with Google Play.