It's never been easier to get in-depth analytics of how your release is performing across different stores and platforms – all in one screen. Use our Insights tool to understand your fans to plan your upcoming release or tour. All the data you need to know about your music at your fingertips.
Available on both mobile and web app.
Keep track of how your release is performing across different platforms and time periods — last 7 days, month, year or all-time.
Get an overview into which stores your fans are listening on to plan your next release and marketing campaigns.
Get insights into where your fans are located and which countries to bookmark for your next tour.
Be the first to know when your song gets playlisted on Spotify and Apple Music and get an overview of what type of playlists your song is getting added into — Editorial, Algorithmic or User generated.
See if your song is being used on TikTok and Youtube. Get insights into how fans are interacting with your music — from views to video creations.
Count the amount of pre-saves and plays on your link and which platforms your fans are saving you on!
Why does the Insights not show all stores distributed?
We can only show insights of stores we receive streaming data from, which is different from royalty reports. Currently that’s Spotify, Apple Music, Youtube Music, Amazon Music, Tidal and Deezer.
How long does it take after a release is live to show up on Insights?
After the release date, it can take up to 24 hours to get data from Spotify and up to 48 hours to get data from other stores.
Why is the stream count different when I check on Spotify vs Insights?
The stores usually report streams to us approximately 1-2 days after the stream has actually happened. So normally the latest date you can see streams for is two days previous to the current date.
Why are some of my releases missing from Insights?
If you are missing releases, please reach out to our support team so we can make sure the releases are under the correct profile.
Please note that releases distributed through another service will not be shown in Insights. (we only get streams reported to us starting from the date we released it).
The data can also be late. The stores usually report streams to us two days after the stream has actually happened. So normally, the latest date you can see streams for is two days earlier than today’s date.
Why is the number of streams different to the data reported in the Wallet?
The data used to calculate royalties go through a separate system. Data reported under the ‘Insights’ tab is there to show how your content is performing, it should not be used to calculate royalties. The most accurate streaming data is always found in the royalty report.