With so many new app options, it’s hard to keep track of what’s popular for now and what will stand the test of time. Many apps like Spotify, TikTok, Instagram, YouTube and many more have shown us they are here for the long haul. They also have in common the need for personal interactions. With each account, you get likes, shares, followers, and the ability to share whatever your gift may be, with the world.
This is where a new app called Trubify comes into play. Imagine Spotify and TicTok had a baby. Not the kind that lip-syncs but one with a true musical capacity. Trubify gives musicians a platform to perform and show off their talent. Think of scrolling through accounts and seeing people entertain you with their songs from live or pre-recorded performances.
Trubify explains it like this, “Trubify is an innovative platform that connects the music community. We are redefining what artists can achieve with features built just for them. We offer a socially responsible choice for fans who want to know artists are treated with integrity. Unlike YouTube or TikTok, we are devoted exclusively to music.”
One aspect for musicians that truly is appreciated is that Trubify pays performers the largest amount of earnings compared to other music streaming apps for listens and views. Imagine, watching someone’s live stream is helping them make some extra cash. In today’s music performance environment, that is a big-big deal.
On the upside, a user can create a feed individually curated. While I perused my live feed which was made especially for the rock and alternative genre, I found two ladies rocking out with violins and a ukulele, another of a dude jamming at the beach with an acoustic guitar, and someone else just singing acapella to Van Halen that sounded spectacular. And I hadn’t even gotten to the “popular” feed yet.
On April 29, 2022, be sure to check out Trubify’s own official live stream show to spotlight artist Olivia Farabaugh and her Transparent Music Project where all proceeds go towards helping her foundation for Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome. Upwards of 28 artists will be performing a quick set to help bring in different viewers.
Trubify is providing a service that is entertaining, but also benefits musicians and the music community as a whole.
Their “Revolutionary music ecosystem” is going to help better the music streaming world. Give it a try, I did, and I liked it.