- Streaming of music, audio, images, video and other multimedia content over the internet, mobile devices, wireless networks and other computer networks and electronic communications networks (Class 38);
- Record production; music production; audio recording and production; videotape production; motion picture song production; production of video discs for others; recording studios (Class 41);
- Downloadable musical sound recordings; downloadable video recordings featuring music (Class 9); and
- Retail stores, wholesale stores, mail order services, on-line ordering services and on-line retail store services, and retail store services available through computer communications and interactive television, all of the aforesaid featuring recorded product, music related items, audio-visual products, computer goods, software and games (Class 35)
The applications cover a number of other interesting goods and services, like "virtual reality game software," management of performing artists and talent agencies, "broadcasting of cable television, television and radio programs," and "motion picture film production."
All these applications were filed on an intent-to-use basis, suggesting Kayne is not using these trademarks in commerce yet, but has a bona fide intention to do so in the near future. TMEP 806.01(b); 15 USC 1051(b). Before these applications can mature into registrations, Kayne must start using the mark with the listed goods and services and submit sufficient proof of same to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. See TMEP 1103.
According to my quick search, these are the first applications for YEEZY SOUND filed by Mascotte Holdings, Inc. and are four of the eight applications filed by the holding company with the USPTO this year. Earlier this year, Mascotte Holdings filed applications for YEEZY (various clothing items), WAVE RUNNER (flip flops, sandals, shoes), and two applications for CALABASAS CLOTHING (various clothing items and bags).
So are the YEEZY SOUND applications related to a new streaming music services, record label, retail stores, or something else? Pay attention to these applications to find out.