for Artists

Back Your Work with the Best Music Analytics for Artists

Music analytics for artists will help you track your social media and streaming stats, plan campaigns, and learn from the best in the game.

  1. Track your artist stats

    Have all your analytics at hand and monitor them over time to see what works and where your weak spots are. This includes YouTube and Spotify artist stats, other music and social media data, your playlist features, and track performance.

  2. Promote your music with fanbase insights

    See where your fanbase is coming from, their age and gender, and their channel distribution. Use the insights for promoting releases, tours, gigs, merch drops, etc.

  3. Locate your audience before you pitch your next gig

    Know where your fanbase is before you pitch your next gig, and use this information to prove that the locals want to see you live.

  4. Apply good practices to your own strategy

    Viberate’s database features the analytics of almost every musician out there. Apply genre and/or country filters to the Artist Chart and look into the social media and release strategies of similar artists. See which playlists feature them before pitching your songs. See which festivals they are performing at before pitching your gig.

Stay in control of your career

Stay in control of your career

  • Performance tracking
  • Promotion insights
  • Benchmarking tools

Additional must-have features for DIY artists:
distribution, playlist pitching, advancing, a free website, festival pitching

Questions? We have answers

What is music data?

Music data can either mean metadata - the collection of information that pertains to a song file (such as artist, producer and writer name, song title, release date, ISRC, ISWC or track duration), or data pertaining to music consumption. The latter covers sales and streaming numbers, Radio Airplay, video views, etc.
Viberate offers music analytics on all levels of the music industry, such as artist, label, venue, festival, track and even playlist level. We provide a wide variety of raw and calculated data sourced from social media, streaming platforms and radio stations, together with different analytical tools that make it easy to understand and interpret.

How is data analytics used in music?

Data analytics has value for all stakeholders in the music industry. It allows artists to monitor their careers and compare themselves to others, bookers and talent buyers to find relevant acts for their genre and area, and A&Rs to discover breakthrough artists. While these are just some examples of the use of music stats everyone working in the music industry can benefit from it in one way or another.

How is Viberate better than its competitors?

Viberate is not the only music data company out there, but we do have distinctive competitive advantages when compared to Chartmetric, SoundCharts, Songstats, etc. For an affordable price of only $9.90/month, we provide a set of tools unmatched by any of our competitors. From the industry’s most powerful artist chart, to fully customizable artist pages, Viberate provides value to everyone working in the music industry. And since we know hard data isn’t everybody’s cup of tea, we make it easily understandable and visually appealing.

What kind of music analytics does Viberate cover?

Viberate covers a broad spectrum of music analytics, relating to both streaming/airplay and social media. Next to the two biggest streaming platforms, Spotify and Apple Music, we cover YouTube, Soundcloud, Deezer, Shazam and Beatport. On the social media side, we cover TikTok, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. We also monitor over 24,000 radio stations.
We provide basic-level data such as stream, listener or follower count and fanbase breakdown, combined with our proprietary aggregate indicators, such as Career Health and Performance.

How does Viberate source data?

We get our data from streaming and social media platforms, radio stations, live music event aggregators etc. Some of it is provided to us directly by the artists, labels, venues and festivals.
Our aggregate indicators, such as Career Health and Performance, are calculated using our proprietary algorithms employed on raw data.

All the benefits of a record label.
None of the restrictions.

Sell your music, get more gigs, and improve your performance while staying independent.

  • Music distribution

    Sell your music online and keep 100% ownership.

  • Playlist pitching

    Get your song to the right Spotify playlists.

  • Advancing

    Get upfront cash while staying independent.

  • Free website

    Get a beautifully-designed website in seconds.

  • Festival pitching

    Pitch your gig to the right festivals.

  • Analytics

    Back your work with the best data insights.