Twitter is now helping guide users of its music service to the types of music they want to hear.
Thursday, Twitter Music, the 2-month-old Web and mobile streaming service powered by Twitter activity, was updated with a discovery feature called charts, which offers people a genre-based approach to music listening.
With charts, Twitter Music users can now select from Twitter-generated playlists based on music genre and find special types of charts, such as “Popular” for new music trending on Twitter or “Superstars” for new tracks from hit artists. Following the Twitter Music formula, tracks are featured based on their Twitter popularity in terms of tweets and engagement.
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