Till now, Apple has not evidently added Shazam much into its other platforms since purchasing the music discovery platform in 2018. As of this week, a Shazam-based chart underlining new artists will be accessible on Apple Music to stream.
The “Shazam Discovery Top 50” will highlight up-and-coming artists in a weekly catalog spanning all over the world. It will be upgraded every Tuesday and the first version underlines A$ton Wyld, Ohana Bam, Regard, and Tones and I close to the top. It keeps track of all the trending music in the US and over 10 other countries. Acts from different nations will be showcased in the catalog in the coming period.
“The ranked albums are all in their individual lifecycle at different points and the bulk of artists showcased are up-and-coming and emerging,” Apple claimed to the media. “All are experiencing a level of impetus indicative of future possibility of hitting the top charts of Shazam, and display all or any of the following patterns: moving quickly swiftly via charts and growing steadily, rapidly, and/or geographically.”
On a related note, Apple earlier claimed that it is using Shazam to market an “Apple Music special deal” at the time of The Grammys. In a post earlier on the App Store, Apple markets that if you employ Shazam during any point of The Grammys, you will open a special Apple Music-supported experience.
Initially, if you Shazam at the time of The Grammys, you will be capable of seeing a full rundown of the occasion. This will comprise a complete timeline of music from the event. You can also view a rundown of music in real-time as they are conducted. Most notably for new users, on the other hand, is a particular Apple Music deal. Apple claims that new users who employ Shazam at the time of The Grammys will be capable of signing-up for Apple Music and getting 4 Months for free.