Global music and entertainment streaming service TIDAL today launched Music School, a new learning hub to provide subscribers with captivating playlists inspired by unique genres and geographic locations. Content in the new learning hub will expand TIDAL’s existing 101 playlist series, highlighting the origins and history of the music and instruments that shape the most popular sounds of today. Music School will be home to TIDAL’s expertly curated editorial content designed to expand members’ knowledge and appreciation across genres—members can expect playlists to be refreshed and expanded on a regular basis.
Music School Hub Components:
Playlists that provide introductions to music genres (without explicit language/themes) for kids through fun and engaging songs including classics such as ‘Life Is a Highway’ by Rascal Flatts, ‘Try Everything’ by Shakira, ‘U Can’t Touch This’ by MC Hammer, and more!
Genre for Beginners:
20 foundational tracks from all major genres including Country, Metal, Dance, K-Pop, Folk & Americana.
Geography for Beginners:
20 tracks from markets across the globe selected by local editors to serve as an introduction to music from around the world including Croatia, Brazil, Ireland, Canada, and more.
Playlists that serve as an introduction to 90+ sub-genres—from Drill Rap (‘Welcome to the Party’ by Pop Smoke) to Latin Jazz (‘Mambo Gozon’ by Tito Puente) to Death Metal (‘Slowly We Rot’ by Obituary).
Playlists that explore how famous instruments—like the Gibson SG guitar, the Fender Rhodes electric piano, and even the cowbell—have been used in music throughout the decades, across all genres. Songs featured in this category include ‘Dance the Night Away’ by Van Halen, ‘Back In Black’ by AC/DC, ‘All I Do’ by Stevie Wonder, and more!
Music School is TIDAL’s latest offering timed to the Back-to-School season. On August 15, TIDAL launched a series of curated playlists centered around various mental health struggles people can experience during the Back-to-School season, including Finding The Words, The Best Is Yet To Come, and You’re Going To Be Alright to help people of all ages during this time.