Here are the features you can find in the Market Intelligence tools:

Market Charts

This section gathers all the charts per country and worldwide in one tab.

The data sources monitored are Airplay, Amazon, Anghami, Apple Music, Deezer, Genius, Line Music, QQ Music, Shazam, Spotify, TikTok, YouTube, and iTunes.

(Want to know more? Read articles: How often are charts and playlists updated? / How do the charts work on Soundcharts?)

Here is an example of Shazam charts. You can check the charts per city (here in London).

In Charts - Airplay, you can check the most played songs or artists per country and/or per radio.

You can also set up notifications and export CSV in the market charts!

(Want to know more about CSV export? Click here!)

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  • A&R scouts discover new talents from charts. They can customize blocklists by applying filters on the charts and focus on songs and talents they don't know yet.

  • Booking agencies/Promoters use charts to view which countries the artists chart to assess the artist's audience in the region and arrange the talents to the suitable venues & marketing campaigns.

Our tech team created it and showed the charts on the radio stations that we track weekly or daily. Here, you can find the complete list of radios monitored by Soundcharts: https://soundcharts.com/datasources.

Compare Artists

In this section, you can compare up to 3 artists simultaneously. Here is what you can compare: the total fan base, the fan base over time, the fan base evolution, the Spotify Monthly listeners, the Youtube Views, and the Spotify Fan Retention.

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  • A&R scouts compare the artists to assess each profile's growth and potential.

  • Booking agencies/Promoters benchmark artists to understand the potential reach of lined-up performers for their event and find leverage to negotiate fair deals.

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