TheAudioDB.com is a community driven database of audio metadata. It is our aim to be the most simple and accurate source of Music data from all over the world. We also provide a repository of data that can be used in various types of HTPC software to make your viewing experience more visually appealing.
Deezer is the No. 1 site for listening to music on demand. Discover more than 30 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks.
Providing the Billboard chart rankings and information on titles, artists, lyrics, images, and more.
30,000 radio stations including the top radio stations in the world. Daily, weekly and monthly music charts + Now Playing songs.
The API provides a powerful search of movies, games and TV series using multiple filters including availability on streaming services, year of release, ratings and more. Metadata and a poster for each game or movie title is returned as well as deep information about TV series and their seasons and episodes. There is also a Data Match Endpoint to input your own title details and match them to IVA’s professionally curated data set as well as an ID Match Endpoint to get IVA data based on 3rd party IDs such as IMDb, TMDb, etc.
Connect to the Openload File Sharing API to upload, share and edit any file. Test an API call in your browser and export the code snippet into your app.
Web API lets your applications fetch data from the Spotify music catalog and manage user’s playlists and saved music.
Music video APIs are, quite simply, music video databases. Many popular music-related platforms such as YouTube, TikTok and Shazam offer these types of APIs.
Music video-related APIs are web service or REST APIs that provide access to various types of useful information about music videos, artists and tracks. Music video databases include listening and watching statistics, information about the people involved in the video, the video’s date of publication, filming locations and different viewing options.
Some APIs related to music videos are community-driven databases, meaning that they act as repositories for information. Developers can search make general database searches or retrieve specific information related to artists, tracks, videos, images and current trends. Users can also find data about, for instance, every video that features a particular band. Depending on the API, developers may be able to listen to tracks and/or submit ratings, among other things.
They are useful for people involved in the music industry and developers working on sites or apps that would benefit from music video statistics.
They are important because they provide access to a wealth of data in one easy-to-access and searchable location.
You can expect that the API will retrieve and return music video information, making it easier for you, as the developer, to streamline your website or application.
Most music-related APIs provide access to at least some of their services for free. These include Shazam, TheAudioDB, Deezer, Spotify, Mourits Lyrics and LastFM. Apple Music has an API specifically about music videos, as does IMVDb. The free tier of IMVDb API is capped at a certain number of requests, but, if you’re not looking for too much volume, it’s a great option.
Now that the Yahoo Music API is depreciated, you can use this collection to find an alternative. Here are a few worth mentioning:
All Yahoo Music APIs are supported and made available in multiple developer programming languages and SDKs including:
Just select your preference from any API endpoints page.
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