TIDAL has become the first streaming music service to give creators something they’ve been clamouring for – credit where credit is due. TIDAL subscribers now have access to extensive artist credits for many tracks and albums that are reminiscent of liner notes.
TIDAL has added access to extensive artist credits for tracks and albums, reminiscent of album liner notes. The data includes in-depth descriptions and credits for composers, lyricists, engineers, musicians, vocalists, instrumentalists, mastering, production, mixing, album cover photographer and more.
Album and track information is available on the desktop app, web player and mobile apps. Not all tracks have the information at launch, but more are being added every day, according to the music streamer.
“Live Credits” Adds Video and Audio Interviews
TIDAL has also “brought the artist credits feature to life” with Live Credits, which takes fans inside a notable song, album or video, by interviewing the people responsible for its creation. Through a combination of video, audio and the written word, artists, producers, songwriters, and engineers recount their behind-the-scenes experiences.
TIDAL is now available in more than 52 countries, with a 51 million-plus song catalog and 195,000 high quality videos.