How is this all possible? Well, with a lot of paperwork for one. When two super giants team up together, the result can be quite beautiful and beneficial for both parties. Billboard and Twitter together signed an Twitter Amplify partnership. This will essentially boost the availability of the chart and not just leave the ratings on Billboard.com. Instead, there will now be in-tweet charts on Twitter to help show the most popular and trending songs, videos, and artists as they happen.
We live in a world where music is constantly discussed, shared, and listened too. We all have that friend who has music A.D.D., and continuously plays a new song every 15 seconds from their phone. With so many songs, it can only be natural to see all of the tweets on Twitter involving artists, songs, screenshots of songs, lyrics, and more. Music is actually the most talked about thing on Twitter today. 2013 saw more than 1 billion tweets all relating to music. Roughly 100 million of these tweets came from Twitter accounts that were relating to music already, like band Twitter accounts for example. In the short time that 2014 has been around, there have already been another 40 million tweets about music from user accounts worldwide.
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You never know who your next favorite band will be now, especially now that so many of them will have more of a chance to be noticed and exposed. Now with Twitter, Billboard and music will know no bounds.