What can we learn about the 2022 Grammys through the lens of AI? And how could the tech help in future?
Probably not, but it can tell us whether the Grammy nomination overhaul has been effective.
Dialect barriers, western influence and evolving local traditions take centre stage in our dive into the emergent music scenes of the region.
We partnered with Mondo 2021 to showcase our Hit Potential technology and a second-by-second analysis of the top artist submissions.
Can you tell how popular an artist is, just by analyzing a single song? Can you tell in advance how many streams that song will get on Spotify?
In this small-scale pilot study, a collaboration between Musiio and Meddling A&R, we aim to determine whether our Hit Potential Algorithm can be used to predict the success of a song and the size of that song’s artist(s)’ fanbase.
In late April, we began accepting submissions for our Hit Potential Songwriting Competition – the first competition in the world to be judged by artificial intelligence. Let’s meet the winners!
We further put our Hit Potential AI to the test – this time with a larger sample size of 14k tracks.
We are inviting all songwriters, music producers, and artists to participate in a competition where our Artificial Intelligence-powered Hit Potential Algorithm will tell you if you have a potential chart-topper on your hands.
What makes a hit? We used our Hit Potential algorithm to analyze two commercial hits – Dynamite by BTS and Girl Like Me by Black Eyed Peas and Shakira – by the second.