Groth, the music streaming service, is set to make its debut in the Netherlands this year, but the Dutch music industry is bracing for a tough time.

The streaming service has been a controversial topic in the country for a while now, with music companies and critics arguing that it is not as accessible as Spotify or Pandora.

While Spotify is popular with people in Europe and Australia, Groth is largely ignored in the rest of the world.

Groth was founded in 2015 and launched in the US with just over 200 million users.

However, its popularity is not restricted to the US, and Groth has been able to expand its reach in the past year.

Spotify has more than 300 million users in the United States, while Groth only has around 5 million.

The company has also faced criticism for its music content, with some music companies saying that they have lost their contracts with Groth over its lack of quality and piracy.

Groh also has a reputation for being a bit of a hooligan, with reports of people throwing punches and other incidents at the service’s employees, who have also had to deal with a few fights and violence in the last year.

The Dutch government is also looking into whether Groth should be regulated as a new company, as Groth itself was created as a legal, limited-liability company.

Groeth CEO Christian Ebert says the company’s success will depend on how the country’s music industry reacts to Groth.

“The music industry has the power to decide what we do in terms of music services and whether or not we can make them into new businesses,” Ebert told Reuters.

Grotts music streaming site is also facing criticism for a lack of transparency.

According to Reuters, Grothess website only showed an advertisement for the streaming service in January, a month after the service was launched.

However Ebert has promised that Grotesses content will be fully transparent, and that the website will also have an official FAQ.

“We want to make sure that the information on the website is accurate, that the customers will be able to know what they are getting and what they’re paying,” Eberts said.

Grost has yet to respond to a request for comment.