Discover Trending Artists With the New “Hot” Filter

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Stay ahead in the scouting game with Viberate charts’ latest feature.

Read it like it’s hot: this double helping of product updates is all about easier discovery.

#1 Airplay analytics available on Genre and Country Pages

You’re already familiar with discovering the current music trends of a specific genre or local market with our specialized Page analytics. Good news — they’ve just gotten even better.

Now, you can also get to know a genre or a country through its radio airplay. You can pinpoint radio stations and cities that prefer a certain genre, find out which artists dominate the country’s airwaves, and discover which songs are currently listened to the most. You can also expect additional talent discovery features coming your way very soon.

For example, did you know that German radio is exceptionally Hip-Hop-friendly?

#2 Easily filter out the hottest artists with the mighty HOT tag

This feature is going to make a lot of talent scouts really happy. With just one click, the HOT filter on the Viberate Artist charts will filter out and display trending artists. It’s backed by our one-of-a-kind algorithm, and we’re confident it’s the most reliable tool for pinpointing rising artists out there.

The HOT filter is also applied to Spotify charts and Beatport charts, and color-coded for easier overview. You’ll see the tag displayed on the Artist page, as well as all chart, list and grid views.

Simply apply the filter and the charts will exclusively display the artists who’ve gained significant traction compared to other artists in their range over several consecutive weeks.

This will make spotting rising talent much easier, especially if you scroll past the more well-known names and look for new gems. Each artist’s key metrics, such as current chart position, number of followers and listeners, Spotify playlist reach etc., are always handily displayed.

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