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NewYouTube Music adds a “replay mix” to most played songs

June 18, 2021 by saiidzeidan
https://www.saiidzeidan.com/category/youtube-music/ Owned by google We’ve added a “replay mix” for some users, including the most commonly played songs in the last few weeks. The playlist currently displayed in front of My Supermix in the “Mixed for you” section of the app features standard record-like cover art in cool tones of blue, green, and orange.  
Like My Supermix, it can be up to 100 songs long, and of course, after reaching the end, infinite autoplay will be possible, 9To5Google reported. When you open the playlist, you’ll see the description “Most listened song combinations in the last few weeks.” Music’s new Replay Mix is ​​directly comparable to Spotify’s “On Repeat” playlist. This playlist also highlights tracks that the user may have recently listened to.
Discovered by several users on Reddit in the last 24 hours, Users from multiple countries.
#youtube #music #saiidz #saiidzeidan

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NewHow YouTube Serves 2B Monthly Music Users Without Human-Curated Playlists

June 18, 2021 by saiidzeidan
YouTube Music
Illustration by Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images
YouTube Music

YouTube’s executives reveal their “algatorial” curation method exclusively to Billboard.

From June 2020 to June 2021, YouTube paid more than $4 billion to the music industry, the company announced this month -- a much-increased sum from the world's biggest video platform where product reviews, how-to videos, and vlogs share the spotlight with music. Rights holders have historically complained that YouTube hasn’t been paying enough for its offering, but the 2020 payout was a notable jump from 2019, when YouTube paid over $3 billion to music rights holders, thanks in part to its powerful algorithms that surfaces the music each user desires. Unlike other streaming services, YouTube Music relies entirely on algorithms for each of its over 10,000 playlists serving more than 2 billion monthly active users and 30 million subscribers to its Music and Premium offerings. But even without a single, purely hand-curated playlist created by YouTube, the company says its human oversight of those algorithms (a concept executives refer to as “algatorial” -- a combination of “algorithm” and “editorial”) has allowed the company to maintain its position as the world’s most-used music platform, despite increasing competition from Spotify, Apple and Amazon. #saiidzeidan #saiidz
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NewSpotify questions and answers everyone needs to know !

March 18, 2021 by saiidzeidan
Spotify Q&A saiid zeidan              

Spotify questions and answers everyone needs to know !

1- Are Spotify playlists public ?

Playlists you create are made public by default, but you can switch this setting off/on anytime. Note: Desktop app required. ... Under Social, switch off/on Automatically make new playlists public.

2- Are Spotify playlists free ?

Yes. Free users can create their own playlists or add songs to existing playlists in the app; this means if you want to add a track from Spotify Discover to an existing playlist, you can do so without having to worry. You can also create new playlists with music or artists you come across.

3- How do Spotify playlists get popular?

Playlist growth is similar to compound interest in that sense. The more people are listening to it, the more people see that others are listening to that Spotify playlist and are enticed to click on it, leading to growth on top of growth.

4- How do spotify collaborative playlists work?

What is a Spotify collaborative playlist? Spotify says that, with its collaborative playlist feature, you and other Spotify users can "team up to make the ultimate playlist". You can make any of your Spotify playlists collaborative, simply by letting your friends add, remove, and reorder tracks.

5- How often do Spotify playlists update?

Algorithmic playlists like Discover Weekly and Release Radar are updated weekly. For Release Radar, an artist's new release is eligible to appear in the playlist up to 28 days after it's been released.

6- How change Spotify playlist picture?

Click the image on a playlist you created. Click then Replace image. ... Add a playlist cover image
  1. Tap (iOS) / (Android) at the top of the playlist.
  2. Select Edit.
  4. Choose an image then tap Save.

7- How to  share Spotify playlist?

You can easily share a Spotify playlist with friends and family by clicking the "Share" option on the playlist page. You can share Spotify playlists via text message, email, or on social media, or simply copy the link to paste wherever you want.

8- How delete Spotify playlist  (mobile) ?

  1. Open Spotify and tap "Library."
  2. Open the playlist and tap the three dots ("...") to open the options menu. On an iPhone, these dots will be below the playlist's title. On an Android, they'll be in the top-right corner. ...
  3. Tap "Delete" and tap it again to confirm.

9- How to submit my music to Spotify curator for free?

you  can start by summiting for free for my playlists following this easy steps :

1. Click on this link : Submit your music here

2. Unlock the gate to open the form

3. fill the form and select your music genre

4.  wait to see your music on my playlist

10-  where to find playlist curators on Spotify? There is few I recommend as an artist:

  1.  Playlister.club   Signup
  2. playlistpush : Curator signup   Artist signup   Get free discount by using this code QXFFPNA
  3. Mysphera

11- How to submit your music to Spotify editors for playlist consideration ?

  1. Log in or sign up to Spotify for Artists using a desktop computer. ...
  2. Choose the unreleased track you'd like to submit from this section of your dashboard.
  3. If it's an album or EP, choose one track to submit.
  4. Complete the playlist submission form, giving as much information as possible about the track.
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BeatportBeatport launches Beatport DJ

March 8, 2021 by saiidzeidan
Beatport DJ

Beatport launches Beatport DJ, a web app designed to transform the DJ experience by connecting it with their LINK ecosystem.

Over the years, Beatport has established a platform while also staying true to its mission of empowering up-and-coming artists. During this time they’ve provided programs to help kick start DJs careers, offering essential resources for music discovery, and much more. This year Beatport continued on that mission by launching Beatport Next, a platform designed to help six emerging artists in the scene with global features, link playlisting, custom promotions, and more.  Now, they’ve introduced a brand-new, advanced web app dubbed Beatport DJ to continue riding their wave of supporting newcomers in the scene. Marked as their first-ever browser-based platform, the app is designed to help artists quickly learn the ropes behind building LINK playlists and auditioning music, while giving them the option to browse all of the music the site has to offer. Not only that, but it is designed in a way that makes it easier for DJ’s learning how to mix tracks through basic tutorials and tools required to mix music. Offering a range of link subscription tiers, music creators will have the chance to choose between entry-level and stand-alone options. Once subscribed, they will have the chance to prepare and share LINK-ready playlists straight from the application while utilizing resources like Filters, Cue Points, EQs, Tempo Adjustment, Effects, and more to become familiar with the software.
BEATPORT DJ will build tremendous value across the entire LINK ecosystem and open up new discovery possibilities to DJs of any skill level. It will be beneficial to music creators and record labels as it fuels increased streaming royalties as well as accelerate the mass-adoption of our LINK subscription service which will also benefit our trusted DJ software and hardware partners. It is a one-of-a-kind tool for inspiring a generation of new DJs who can start mixing right from their laptop’s web browser at dj.beatport.com on day one. Beatport Senior Vice President, Romain Pouillon
So if you’re an aspiring artist itching to create music but lack the tools for it, here’s your chance to dive full force into your music career. Be sure to check out Beatport’s DJ web app, and don’t forget to tell us your thoughts in the comment below! Stay up to date with the latest happenings on Beatport by following their accounts on social media.
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February 26, 2021 by saiidzeidan

SPOTIFY TESTS NEW REDESIGNED UI FOR LIBRARY WITH ARTISTS, PLAYLISTS, PODCASTS, AND ALBUMS CATEGORIES: REPORT Spotify has started testing a new interface for its library that will make it easy for users to view content on the app. The new interface displays all the content ranging from podcasts to music in one feed, in both grid and list layouts. Spotted by Android Police, the new Spotify library now shows different categories for artists, playlists, podcasts, and albums on top in a more evident way. The feed also shows playlists, songs, podcasts, albums, and artists based on how lately they were played.

 Spotify tests new redesigned UI for library with artists, playlists, podcasts, and albums categories: Report

Spotify is also working on an option for users to share lyrics on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

The new UI shows the 'create playlist' option moved to the top right corner and has a new search button just next to it. There is also a category for downloaded content that appears on top among the different bubbles for other content. On tapping, it shows the downloaded content for offline listening.
New Spotify playlist layout. Image: Android Police

New Spotify playlist layout. Image: Android Police

Android Police notes that, while it does show offline playlists, the interface also displays the content and not just the downloaded songs, making it easier to navigate the downloaded content that the users have to access by tapping on the filter button. For now, the testing seems to be limited and there is no word on when the feature would be rolled out for users. Spotify didn't even mention the new UI during its recent Stream On event. According to the XDA Developers reportSpotify is also working on an option for users to share lyrics on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. For now, the music streaming service only allows users to share songs on social networks.
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AppleApple Music Launches Three New Regional Hip-Hop Playlists

February 8, 2021 by saiidzeidan
Following the news of Spotify launching a bunch of new playlists to further meet the demands of Hip Hop listeners, Apple Music has also announced three new playlists in that area. This time, their focus is on three regions: Midwest, East Coast, and Pacific Northwest. The company notes that these three playlists: The New Midwest, The New East Coast, and The New Pacific Northwest, will aim to highlight rising talent from places like Flint, Louisville, Columbus, Philadelphia, Boston, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Portland, Olympia, and more.
“Launching these three new regionally-focused playlists allows us to shine a light on the vibrant local communities producing some of the most progressive sounds in hip-hop,” said Ebro Darden, Apple Music’s Global Editorial Head of Hip-Hop and R&B. “It’s always been a priority to connect with artists and listeners at the community level as we champion discovery and emerging artists from across the map.” Apple Music Hip Hop programmer Cyle “Zini” Tahsini added: “Regional hip hop scenes have only grown in importance over the years and we’re confident these new playlists will help spotlight tomorrow’s superstars by giving them a global platform. We’re excited to accelerate discovery and connect artists with new fans.” Fans can now tune into the three shows The New MidwestThe New East Coast and The New Pacific Northwest now.
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NewSpotify Celebrates Black History Month with New Hip Hop Playlists, Podcasts…

February 8, 2021 by saiidzeidan
Spotify is celebrating Black History Month in a big way. The leading streaming service has announced a bunch of few initiatives, playlists and special curated material in honor of February. Fans of the genre will be able to experience a 24-hour homepage takeover of exclusive hip-hop playlists. The homepage takeover will reach hip-hop fans around the world, with the US, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, The Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Japan taking part.
Additionally, Spotify has announced the launch of four new playlists dedicated to Hip Hop which should give fans an even wider choice while exploring new sounds within the genre.

New Hip-Hop playlists:

New Joints: These are the newest rap songs our editors think fans should know. The hip-hop version of New Music Friday. Door Knockers: A playlist celebrating trailblazing women in hip-hop history. Trophy Room: This mood-based playlist is for anyone who’s feeling celebratory.
City To City: This playlist features songs from the Drill scenes of New York, London, and Chicago.

Playlist takeover:

Many of Spotify’s playlists, which can be found in the Black History Is Now hub, will be guest curated by influential Black curators, celebrities, creatives and more. Here’s a list below. Black Lives Matter: American Jazz artist, Keyon Harrold Sr. and his son, Keyon Harrold Jr., who  are no strangers to speaking out against injustice are now using the power of music to further the conversation by taking over this playlist in partnership with the organization, Color of Change. I Love My HBCU: Celebrate the institutions that educate and uplift as 2Chainz guest curates the popular playlist complete with homecoming anthems. Black to the Future: Spotify features and supports up-and-coming Black artists including Amaarae, who will help capture Afrofuturism—in all its wild, otherworldly musical dimensions—by guest curating the playlist. Queen – Keke Palmer Black Love Mixtape: Launching on February 12th, ahead of Valentines Day, artists Lucky Daye and Ari Lennox will co-curate the new playlist dedicated to celebrating Black love.

New Looks and renaming of Playlists:

Three Spotify playlists will be displaying their new looks and sounds today: Westside Story: Formerly of the moniker “Cali Fire,” this playlist has expanded its scope beyond California to cover the entirety of the West Coast. No Cap: Previously called “The Realest Down South,” this mix features Southern artists, old and new. Out The Mud: “Off The Strength” fans can now find street artists on this refreshed playlist. In addition, Spotify has launched some new initiatives with podcasts which includes a fresh podcast by acclaimed writer and author, Danyel Smith called Black Girl Songbook. “In a new Music + Talk show, join Danyel Smith as she celebrates and uplifts the talents of Black Women in the music industry. Listen as she shares music and discusses the stories of Black songwriters, producers, executives and more, celebrating the musical creativity and genius of Black women first,” says the description. A trailer is available now while the full series launches on February 4. “We are excited to launch these news playlists as they are rooted in how our listeners engage on the platform. Hip-Hop moves at a fast pace and our team is constantly re-evaluating the landscape and keeping our eye on new trends, sounds, and scenes to serve our audience,” said Carl Chery, Spotify’s Head of Urban. Fans can tune into everything newly announced on this link.
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SAIID ZEIDANCOVID, Explosions and Blackouts: Surviving as a DJ in Beirut today

February 1, 2021 by saiidzeidan

Saiid Zeidan, who was born and raised in Beirut, Lebanon, is an international DJ, producer and artist. He began his DJ career at age 16, built a solid local fan base, than got a degree in music production in 2018. He started to make and produce his own music, and by the age of 28, he’d already started his own record label: EDM REKORDS (http://edmrekords.com/). Saiid leads the New Artist Spotlight promotional team and is a curator for several of our genre playlists. Here’s his story: My family and my girlfriend supported me so much when I first started out as a DJ, but no one else believed in me. Usually, you need to be a lawyer or a doctor to be considered something here.


Since the start of the pandemic, life has gotten much harder here. I lost my 9-to-5 job as a media specialist at a huge group of companies. I lost all of my clients who used to buy hosting and marketing services. I lost my DJ residency due to political protests, an economic crisis and currency inflation.

In the meantime, I have done more than 20 records in one year, all self-produced and mastered. My first big room song, La Loufa Project, was mixed and mastered on M Audio BX8 monitors. I wanted to go small, but going small would reduce the audio quality, so I decided to use my savings and get professional studio monitors (Focal Shape Twin and Babyface Pro) to go with a massive-built PC. Even with the quality of my home studio, I have to face major difficulties that most other producers around the world would never dream of. For example, we have a very slow DSL connection using copper wires. (No, we don’t have fiber yet!). We also have city-wide blackouts where the power will be cut for up to 20 hours EVERY DAY.

And I haven’t even mentioned the huge explosion in August that devastated my city. My family and I were so lucky to survive it. But after that, no financial transactions were able to take place here. You are no longer able to open bank accounts and buy things. Fortunately, I was able to ask my good friend Ahmad Hijjawi, who recently moved to Sydney, Australia, to pay my annual subscriptions. My first collaboration was the Impact album with Dark Note Band. The hardest part was promoting it. My former partner and I raised 6,000 dollars for a promotional campaign through a Starlight PR agency. They pitched us to many local radio stations and magazines, but it wasn't effective at all. That caused many issues, including the end of our partnership.


I was back at square one and had to start over from scratch. As searched for free ways to promote my music due to my financial situation, I submitted my music to more than 20,000 different Spotify curators and blogs. It was then I confirmed something very important in this business: NO ONE CARES ABOUT YOU UNTIL YOU ARE SOMETHING.


No one likes helping for free. At least that was until I met Ed Eagle, an honest and selfless artist, when he was just starting up NAS. I was so excited and believed in his ideas. I knew from the first moment that it would be a great opportunity. My streaming numbers have doubled, if not tripled. I have met many unique multi-tasking, selfless artists who run projects and have helped us get bigger and reach the spot we are now!

I advise every emerging artist to create their own unique style and build an organic fan base. DO NOT pay for fake streams or fake followers! The real numbers are the ones that matter. If you have 1,000 loyal fans, those are the only ones who will buy your merchandise or listen to your music and support you.


I see no future for me in my country, unfortunately, but I will never lose hope to get my chance to be a well-known artist or DJ. The only limitation for your creativity is you. Take a risk, because you only live once!

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NewSpotify aims to recommend songs based on users’ moods

January 29, 2021 by saiidzeidan
Using speech recognition, in future Spotify will be able to play songs based on users' "emotional state." Both Apple Music and Spotify already have recommended music playlists, but they're typically based on what you've liked before. Now Spotify wants to gauge what mood you're in, and play songs that match. According to BBC News, Spotify has been granted a patent that will let it "make observations" about a user's voice — Â and where they are. "It is common for a media streaming application to include features that provide personalized media recommendations to a user," Spotify says in its patent, as seen by BBC News. But that requires users "to tediously input answers to multiple queries" about their music preferences. Spotify instead proposes that it listens to users' speech, and works out what they're doing. So it could detect if music were playing to someone "alone, [in a] small group, [or] party." Then it could also "intonation, stress, [or] rhythm," to determine whether the user is "happy, angry, sad or neutral." It could then also utilize other information it may have about the user, including their "gender, age and accent." Knowing a user's location and age, could presumably lead Spotify to be able to play music that was especially popular in that area when the user was growing up. While this patent specifically refers to music, Spotify has also been expanding its non-music offerings. Most recently, it added a series of audiobook versions of literary classic novels. Apple Music lets users search by mood, and then recommends playlists. You can also browse for moods, in iOS 14. Watch the Latest from AppleInsider TV AppleInsider has affiliate partnerships and may earn commission on products purchased through affiliate links. These partnerships do not influence our editorial content.

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