Spotify introduce AI DJ and Daylist, AI empowered Playlist for Premium Users

Spotify plans to roll out new AI DJ and daylist-powered playlist features. The move is part of the streamer to increase and fuel discovery and bring fans closer to the artists they love. 

According to Spotify the new feature with AI Playlist is still in beta, basically what it does, ‘you can effortlessly turn your most creative ideas into playlists’: “AI Playlist has you covered. Whether you’re a beginner or an expert playlist creator, AI Playlist pairs our powerful personalization technology with AI to deliver that perfect musical mix, just for you.” 

“You can use prompts that reference places, animals, activities, movie characters, colours, even emojis,” said the streamer in a blog post. “The most successful playlists are generated with prompts that contain a combination of genres, moods, artists, or decades. It’s a brand-new tool, and still in beta, so we’ll continue to iterate and innovate on the experience.”

The new feature will be available for Android and iOS devices users in the United Kingdom and Australia, Spotify will make the new AI features available in other markets at the later stage. Unfortunately, these new AI features is only available for Spotify Premium subscribers.

How does it work?

To find AI Playlist, head to the Spotify mobile app and select “Your Library” at the bottom-right corner of your screen.

  • From Your Library, tap the “+” button at the top-right corner of the app and select “AI Playlist.”
  • Select one of the suggested prompts or type your own. Get creative and be specific! For example, you could try creating “sad music for painting dying flowers” or “tracks for horse riding into the sunset.”
  • Wait as we do our magic. Spotify will offer some tracks that match the vibe you’re going for. 
  • From there, you can easily manage the selection of songs by previewing and deleting tracks. Have notes? You can revise and refine the playlists you generate by telling AI Playlist what you’re looking for (i.e., “more pop” or “less upbeat”).
  • Tap “Create,” and your new playlist will be saved automatically in Your Library.

“Over the coming months, we look forward to continuing to iterate on this new feature to best serve our listeners”, said Spotify.

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