Music Daily, an all-new website aimed at Gen-Z and Millennial music fans, is taking a different approach to music charts. While the overall programming is based in part on trends from Google, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and TikTok, Music Daily’s Content team – and even its interns – then dive in to create specialized playlists based on chart data.
Featured in the “Tracks” section on their innovative platform, the Music Daily team uses their own algorithm to analyze charts from all streaming platforms to create three proprietary playlists each week: Top 30 Streamed Tracks, Music Daily Discoveries, and Trending Tracks.
The Top 30 Streamed Tracks is exactly what it sounds like: the top songs of the week utilizing all available data. Music Daily Discoveries looks beyond the chart topping acts to find rising artists with a new and unique sound and that seem to come out of nowhere, while Trending Tracks are the songs that are quickly moving up the charts.
Accompanying the charts each week is a video editorial segment – one of the site’s most engaging assets – called the “Tracks Report” which highlights the top artists across all three charts.