Not too long after the April announcement of its new music discovery app, Twitter may be looking to split ways with the maligned venture.

Every since hitting number six in the Apple App Store's rankings, the number of subscribers has gone into steady decline. Even one of the project's initial founders, Kevin Thau, left the leg of the company only a week after its launch. He quickly joined Biz Stone's Jelly project, who was also one of Twitter's founders.

The company is still trying to salvage the effort, with a restructure of its music team and altering its interface and advertising strategies. If the company, however, cannot pull through it seems like the end is near for Twitter Music.

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