Spotify Blend Playlist is the newest personalized experience to engage with fans
Blend a personalized shared playlist from Spotify left beta for the international users. It has brought in a new feature that offers some extraordinary and easy ways for artists to connect with fans.
Main Features of Spotify Blend
Taste Match Scores
This feature helps users to get taste match scores for creating Blend. It lets you know how unique or different listening choices are in comparison to their friends.
Shareable Data Stories
Here, they will get to view particular songs that get them closer. The data stories on Blend can be shared over social channels. These stories will be displayed automatically after the Blend is created and users can also view it at any time inside the playlist.
New Cover Art
This feature for Blend lets users determine every Blend playlists they own.
Yours or Mine?
Here, premium listeners will be allowed to view which particular users’ listening preferences added value to each song mentioned on the playlist so that they can request their achievement on top of their musical preference.
Different ways that artists can adopt to use Spotify Blend
Build Blend playlists for band members
Let fans choose the member pairings and post comments on the displayed results.
Build a Blend playlist with a fan
Does the artist’s preference compliment that of the fan? Just run content to choose a fan to create a public playlist jointly.
Have fans create Blend playlists jointly
Request pairs of fans to build playlists jointly that consist of your music along with other music they like. It is possible to pair 2 random pairs jointly. Now, share the outcome.
Promote live shows with Blend
Build a Spotify Blend playlist along with the band you are presenting on the stage with the act’s music & your favorite existing tracks or influences. Now both venue and acts can be shared on socials.
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