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Artists and their managers have long appreciated the royalties they receive from Apple Music — which, on a per-play basis, are reportedly close to double what they get from Spotify. Yet Spotify has always won far more praise when it comes to another valuable asset for musicians: data. Apple believes this will help artists to plan tours, tailor setlists for fans in each city, and uncover hitherto unknown pockets of popularity around the world. And they can also see how many of their streams are the result of algorithmic radio i. In addition, artists can see a basic count of the average number of daily listeners to their music, broken down by country, city or song, while there is a dedicated section breaking out their video plays on Apple Music.
Apparently Apple's Clive Davis documentary isn't the only music-related news from the tech juggernaut today. Apple Music has a new monthly feature series called Up Next as well. As the name suggests, it focuses on up-and-coming artists. The first installment looks at Atlanta rapper 6LACK pronounced "black" with a mini-documentary, a spotlight on his latest album, a live performance and an interview with Beats 1 DJ Zane Lowe above in addition to a few playlists. Like 9to5Mac noticed , the performance being named "Up Next Sessions" suggests we might see more of the live videos. When the streaming service launched, its "Connect" feature was supposed to be a one-to-millions social network for artists to share bits of music, photos and videos with their fans. But it never really took off so Apple more or less shelved the idea. Up Next looks like a sort of return to that, but instead of an artist sharing intimate moments from the studio with his or her audience, Apple is putting the spotlight on musicians that otherwise might fly under radar of the service's 20 million paid subscribers.