Streaming platform TIDAL has launched interactive streaming pages, which allows TIDAL members to explore the producers, background vocalists, musicians and engineers that help create their favorite tracks.
The TIDAL platform aims to create an in-depth database of credits, allowing users to filter the roles on each track list to display songs on which that artist has contributed in a similar capacity. Users can also sort the contributor’s track list by release date, popularity, title, or artist.
“This is a milestone for TIDAL which, at the heart of the platform, is a space for music lovers to connect with their favorite artists in unique ways,” said Tony Gervino, TIDAL SVP, Culture & Content. “As a music streaming service and culture hub, it is important to acknowledge that music is a team sport–it takes a talented crew of sound engineers, lyricists, and band members to make a song stick. We recognize the challenges ahead in creating a thorough and extensive catalogue, but we are excited to take this important step.”
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