TOP POSTS: The Week’s Most Read Posts On Hypebot

The most frequently perused posts from the week's music industry news this week included those covering Spotify's plan to implement its own music hardware and voice control, the best way. Continue reading

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Top 7 Ways To Identify If Your Song Is Ready For Release

Many wet-behind-the-ears indie musicians find themselves over-eager when it comes to the prospect of releasing their music for the first time, and will try to push it on the ears. Continue reading

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How To Better Understand Your Fanbase

To survive in the modern music industry, it is imperative that you understand your fans in order to help your audience grow. Part of this requires being able to recognize. Continue reading

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Country Music By The Numbers: A Statistical Look At Country’s Stars, Fans And What They Care About

Country music is one of the most popular radio formats in many parts of the U.S. and Nielsen took a look at the numbers behind the music – from the. Continue reading

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50 Genres With The Strangest Names On Spotify

Increasingly, data is driving music – how labels invest resources, where bands tour and what we listen to. Sometimes that data reveals the unexpected, and no one is better at. Continue reading

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The Great Debate: Music Business Education [Steve Rennie]

Over the course of my career I’ve been asked a million times, “What is the best way to learn the music business?” Answering that question has really become something of. Continue reading

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$1 For 3 Months Of Spotify Premium Is Back, But With No Ads How Are Artists, Label Getting Paid?

We thought it was just a Christmas promotion, but 3 months of ad free Spotify Premium is back for just $1.  The deal is for new subscribers only, but it. Continue reading

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Apparently Twitter #Music Users Don’t Listen To Jazz, Classical Or World Music

A major update to Twitter's #Music app adds music discovery features called 'Charts', and along with it come genres to help users find music relevant to them. But apparently #Music. Continue reading

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