AOL Inc. launched a new service in Canada called Huffington Post Canada Music. AOL Canada and the Huffington Post Media Group said in a release Thursday that the new music service combines HuffPost’s blogging platform with music content. The site will feature original one-on-one interviews, exclusive videos and exclusive performances, the release said. “For me—and for almost everyone—music is an essential ingredient of life, and HuffPost Canada Music will be using all tools at our disposal to enhance our listening experience,” Arianna Huffington, president and editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post Media Group, said in a statement. AOL, which owns HuffPost, said in the release that the new service joins AOL’s family of music properties, includes AOL Music Canada, Spinner.ca, The Boot, The Boombox, Noisecreep and AOL Radio. Paul Cramp, general manager of male audiences at AOL Canada, said in the release that AOL’s music properties reach about 950,000 online Canadians per month.