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.
Identify any song. Discover, artists, lyrics, videos & playlists to create a song detector site/application such as shazam.com
Listen to more 50,000 Radio Stations from all around the world and know what song is playing in real-time.All Stations are updated Daily and More and More Radios are added to the API as soon as discovered.
Use the Shazam Core API to define the song by uploading the file. Get detailed data on songs and artists. Site: www.shazam.com Support: [firstname.lastname@example.org](mailto:email@example.com)
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.
More than 27,000 radio stations are accessible by this community driven effort (like wikipedia) with the aim of collecting as many internet radio and TV stations as possible.
Music Data for Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, Deezer, TikTok, YouTube, Shazam, Beatport, Traxsource, SoundCloud, TIDAL, iTunes & more...
Muziki Live is an online music-sharing platform connecting artists and fans to explore a wide range of their favorite music on the go.
Music is an integral part of our lives. It is there when we commute, ride in elevators, are put on hold while making phone calls, and adds suspense and dimension to everything we watch on television. Through music APIs, we can learn more about the music we love.
Developers use music-based application programming interfaces (APIs) to integrate music and its available data into various services and applications. Functionalities of a music API can include streaming songs or stations, showing lyrics, providing data such as song name, date published, artist, label, and other metadata.
Some music APIs take it a step further and provide related artists, song suggestions, and even upcoming concert events showcasing that particular artist or genre.
Many popular streaming services offer free or low-cost APIs that allow developers access to their extensive catalogs. When GET requests are posted through the API, various metrics are returned, from songs and playlists to the entire album metadata. Some services even offer complete software development kits (SDKs) so developers can build fully functional programs and applications powered by the service’s API(s).
Anyone who enjoys music has likely benefited from a music API, whether they realize it or not. If you have ever looked up a song’s lyrics or streamed music through a device like Alexa or a service like Pandora, there was a music API helping to power it.
Today, we are no longer stuck listening to whatever the disc jockeys decide to play on our favorite radio stations. We don’t have to wait by the cassette player, ready to press record when our favorite songs come on. Now, through the power of music APIs, every tune we could wish for is available somewhere through a simple search, as well as all of the information we may want to know about it.
A music API should return the information we search for in near-instantaneous time. Security measures should be in place to protect private data for those services that allow for playlist creation and other customer-centric settings. Furthermore, only things the user wants to share, such as playlists, should be public.
All Music APIs are supported and made available in multiple developer programming languages and SDKs including:
Just select your preference from any API endpoints page.
Sign up today for free on RapidAPI to begin using Music APIs!