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This Meet n Fuck App Finds Matches Based On Musical Taste

Are you a fan of the indie band The 1975? How about EDM, or hip-hop mogul Jay-Z? No matter what your favorite genre is, the app Find N Fuck can find someone for you based on musical taste.

FindNFlirt is a new app that allows users to sign up for free and make a profile. It then matches them with other users who like similar accounts on social media platforms. You can choose to either message the match or wait for them to contact you. If the interest is mutual, Find N Fuck will set up a date at a place of your choice so you two can meet face-to-face.

How does it work?

“This online dating app is different because it matches people based on their music preferences,” says Mark Reader of Find N Fuck. “People are more likely to have things in common with someone who likes the same band as them. If you’re really into rock music, for example, you’ll be matched with other fans of rock music.”

If you’re looking for a strings free fuck, it might not seem important to have things in common with your partner. However, Find N Fuck claims users who search based on interests have successful hookups 90% more than other users. That’s why they encourage users to match based on interests like musical taste.

The app has a lot of research behind it. FindNFlirt’s algorithm is based on data from Spotify, Pandora, and LastFM.

What makes this app different from other hookup apps?

“Other dating apps just have a few questions about what you’re into, but Find N Fuck asks what your favorite artists are,” says Reader. “The more specific your tastes, the better chance you have of being paired up with someone who has similar interests.”

How can I download it?

Find N Fuck is available on their website at Enter in your name, age, gender, and email to sign up. Once you’ve put in your personal information, start filling out your favorite bands and genres so you can begin matching with people who like similar music to yours.

Finally, what’s the goal of this app?

“We want to promote a more fulfilling and meaningful dating experience,” says Reader. “With Find N Fuck it’s easy to find people who like the same music as you, so there is always something to talk about on a date.”

Should you try Find N Fuck?

Yes, this app is for anyone who’s tired of the same old dating games. The benefits of using Find N Fuck include having a music conversation starter and meeting people who like similar genres as you.

New Hookup App Thots Is Sponsored By Megan Thee Stallion

Does the world have enough hookup apps? We’ll have to make room for at least this one more. Thots is a new hookup app, and it’s sponsored by Megan Thee Stallion, after she popularized the term with her song Thot Shit. Thots is just a quick search in your phone’s app store, but it’s got a lot of promise for those who are interested in meeting people for casual sexual encounters on the go.

Thots, The Best New Hookup App

Megan Thee Stallion has sponsored Thots, a new hookup app, which seems like a good fit for the singer. Her fans are always looking for places to go to hook up with guys and girls. Now they can have their own hookup app of their own.

And what is Thots? It’s just a search in your phone’s app store. You can search for guys and girls to hook up with, and you can search for other users who are looking for the same things as you. You can message users who match up with your preferences, and there’s also a “random match” button.

This app is currently in beta, and is available only in the US, so if you want to check it out, you can download the app now and give it a try. Let’s find out more about the Thots app.

How Has Megan Thee Stallion Sponsored The App?

When Megan Thee Stallion first released her song Thot Shit, which is pretty much a rallying cry for all of the girls and women out there who just want to fuck guys, she received quite a bit of criticism. However, she’s been making good use of her newfound celebrity, and has found a way to take that criticism and make it work for her.

She’s gotten a number of things to happen, starting withher getting featured in a music video, then being signed to a record label with another artist, which led to her having a hit song. Then she began doing interviews and giving talks about her song. Finally, she signed to a publishing company, which led to her being featured in another music video.

What do you need to use Thots?

The app is available for free, but you need to sign up with Facebook. You need to enter your email address and password when you create an account with Facebook, but then you can forget about it. It’s also possible to enter in your email address if you want to, but it’s not mandatory.

Once you sign in, you will see a list of guys and girls near you. You can add people as friends, and you can message other users. You can also see if they’re currently online. You can message people privately, and you can like other people’s profiles.

You can choose who to follow based on your preferences. You can select from:

  • Single
  • Mature
  • Looking for an Open Relationship
  • Looking for a Relationship

And you can select what type of relationship you’re interested in:

  • Casual hookup
  • Long term relationship
  • Short term

Thots has a unique “Quick Meet” feature, which is very convenient for those who are looking to hook up. When you meet someone, you will receive a message to let you know the user is online, and then you can message them privately. If you both want to meet up, the user will be able to select a time and a location.

If you find a user who wants to meet you, you’ll also be able to message them back. There’s also the option to schedule a meeting for later, if that is more convenient for both of you.

The interface is simple, clean, and easy to use. It’s got a lot of promise.

If you want to sign up for the Thots app, you can do so from the app itself.

How do you find other people to meet with on Thots?

When you sign up for Thots, you will receive a notification that a new user was added near you. This notification appears every time a new user is added near you. You can also find new users to meet on your own, based on your search preferences. If you want to find people near you, you can search by type, distance, and location. You can see if other users want to meet you, or if you can find someone to meet you.

Is there any way to find people on Thots with mutual interests? You can do so by searching. You can choose to do a generic search or do a more specific search. The results will show users who have selected your interests. If you see a user you want to meet, you can message them. You can also like other users if you like their profiles, and then you can see who they’re interested in.

Is there any way to message someone with Thots? Yes, you can message someone if you want to start a conversation with them. You can choose to use an anonymous messaging feature or send the user a personal message. When you message someone, they will be able to message you back, and they will be able to read your message. You can also like a profile if you like the person’s profile.

Final Thoughts on Thots App

I was really impressed with the interface. It’s simple and clean. The messaging and location features are both easy to use. The search is fairly comprehensive. You can do a lot with the app. If you have any friends or family who use this app, I’d encourage them to try it out.

The Thots app is currently in beta, so there are a few issues that are being addressed as the developers work on the app. But I think the app is looking good and has a lot of potential.

Questions to Ask a Girl About Music

Girls love music and they’d definitely love to answer questions about music. If you’ve just matched with a cute girl on a dating app or casual hookup site you’re not sure what to talk about, music can be a great way to break the ice and get to know her better.

The following are 45 good questions to ask a girl about her favorite musicians.

It also covers questions about music in general.

It’s important you understand the question first before you ask her and be mindful of her response.

Don’t ask too personal questions otherwise he’d stopped answering and the conversion would lead to a dead-end.

Without further ado, I present to you 45 questions to ask a girl about musicians and music.

Let’s get started…

1) What Music Do You Like to Listen to

2) What’s your favorite Genre

3) Who’s your favorite musician

4) How well can you sing?

5) List the 5 songs you can all through sing from heart?

6) What’s the latest songs from your most favorite musician?

7) When last did you go to a concert?

8) Have you ever slept with a famous musician?

9) What do like the most about your favorite musician?

10) Which of your favorite musician would like to have a one-night-stand with?

11) Have you ever dreamed about dancing with a famous musician?

12) What’s the most popular song on YouTube at the moment?

13) Who would like to take to a concert or a celebrity show?

14) Which male musician do you think is the most handsome on the planet right now/

15)  Which female artist is the most beautiful in the world at the moment?

16) What’s the most beautiful song you’ve ever listened to?

17) Can you tell me your top 10 songs of all time?

20) What’s the sweetest and cutest dance style ever?

21) Would like to become a musician someday?

22) Do you how to write songs?

23) How good are you in lip singing?

24) What would you like your favorite musician to do for you?

25) What’s the birthday of your favorite musician?

26) Where would you like to go with your favorite musician?

27) How many songs do you listen to everyday?

28) How many music videos do you watch every day?

29) Name one of the most hilarious music videos you’ve ever watched?

30) Do you love hip pop?

31) Who’s your greatest hip pop star of all time?

32) Do you love country music?

33) What’s the most expensive music show you’ve ever attended?

34) If your favorite artist ask you to strip on a show, would you do it?

35) If your favorite musician ask you send him a nude of you, would you do it?

36) How fast can you rap?

37) How bad is the music industry today?

38) Would you compare the 1990s and 2000s music to today’s?

39) When do you think was the year of music?

40) Is Chris Brown a better singer than Justin Bieber?

41) What song touches your heart the most?

42) What song(s) makes you cry whenever it plays?

43) What songs bring back pleasant childhood memories?

44) When was the last time you listened to cartoony song?

45) When was the last time you played loud music in the public?

These questions would definitely lead to an avid conversation and give you more insight into the girl’s personality.

If you’re looking for more questions to to ask a girl, why not check out John Simon’s article on questions to ask you a girl over text.

So get out and start asking.

Inside the uPlaya Music Universe: Sarah Solovay

Listening to her energetic and addictive melodies, Hit Song Science isn’t the only one predicting sweeping success for young singer/songwriter Sarah Solovay.

Solovay fell in love with music at the age of six and in over a decade she has built an impressive resume for herself in the New York music scene. Solovay’s “Gone” won the 2008 New York Songwriters Circle’s “Young Songwriters Award” and is a finalist in the International Songwriters Competition.

Solovay has also been interviewed and featured on and and even the Tinder-like adult app Fuck Local.

Solovay’s “Hearts Collide” was featured in a March 2010 episode of a major prime-time drama on the CW, 90210, was highlighted at the end of the episode as a spotlighted song, and was placed on the season’s soundtrack alongside major acts like Owl City, JET and OK Go.

The drama typically averages between 1.5 – 2 million viewers, and its premier in 2008 broke the CW’s record for being the highest-rated scripted debut in the network’s history with 4.7 million viewers.  Tell us about the moment you decided you wanted to become a musician.

Sarah Solovay:  There was never an epiphany moment for me, when I knew I had to be a singer/songwriter. In a sense, it’s something I’ve known all along.  I see that one of your songs, “Hearts Collide”, was placed on the soundtrack for a major drama on the CW, can you tell us a little more about that experience?

Sarah Solovay:  I was so excited when I heard that they wanted to use the song because I have been watching the show from the start. It’s my guilty pleasure show.  When they wanted to use it, they flew me out to L.A. and I got to go to the set and meet some of the actors. It was a total out-of-body experience.  Even just watching the show while my song was on it was crazy. They used it perfectly, and I’m so grateful that they wanted it.  Has your music been licensed for other opportunities?

Sarah Solovay:  I have been! My song is going to be in  an upcoming film, “The Hole” directed by Joe Dante (GremlinsThe ‘burbsTwilight Zone: The Movie).   I also wrote the theme song for the Web TV Show, BFF. My song, “Gone,” is going to be used in an upcoming show starring Rob Corddry (Old SchoolFailure to LaunchThe Heartbreak KidW.Hot Tub Time Machine). Conde Nast’s Teen Vogue used “All She Could Be” for photo shoot of Dakota Fanning, which was really cool too … It was thrilling … since I’m a big fan of her work. I’m always looking for ways to put my music out there into the world, so things like the and pieces are magic to me.  Why did you decide to use

Sarah Solovay:  I read about uPlaya from someone’s blog and loved the idea of uploading my songs and finding out how uPlaya’s Hit Song Science analysis would rate them.  I think it’s a unique and cool concept to be able to have scientific analysis to back up the idea of how a hit song might sound.  I also love to check out the contests that are offered!  So glad that I found you guys  What can we expect in the future?

Sarah Solovay:  In the future, you can expect lots of new music from me. I plan on putting out a full-length album sometime in the next year or two, and I really want to go on tour to support that album. I have lots of plans and lots of dreams, and I won’t stop until I make them happen. It’s that or death.  Anything else you would like to share with fans?

Sarah Solovay:  The only other thing I’d like to share with the fans is my thanks.  I am so truly grateful for anybody who supports me in any way.  The love and support I get from the people who listen to my music make my day/week/month/world/etc.

How to Crowd-Fund Your Music Project – How It Works

Stats show crowd-funding site Kickstarter added $13+ million to the music economy in the past two years. Music was one of the most funded categories, second only to film.

uPlaya recently partnered with Microgiving, a crowd-funding tool that’s now directly on your uPlaya Press Kit. Microgiving goes a step further than most other crowd-funding tools by encouraging project owners to donate a portion of their gains to a charity of their choice.

This means you not only get the perfect opportunity to give back, but your fans will also feel good about the fact that they are donating to your band and an important cause the band supports.

We understand a crowd-funding project can be intimidating, so we’d like to help with a series of how-to posts on the uPlaya Blog.

In our first installment, we provide a “musician’s version” of an infographic Zippycart created on how to use Kickstarter to crowd-fund a project.

Step 1: Come up with an idea.

Develop a very specific idea of what you would like to raise money for. Is it a new album? To fund a music tour through the Southeast? Even in the initial stages, it’s important to be as detailed as

Step 2: Create a project page.

There are a lot of useful and effective crowd-funding tools out there, but we recommend uPlaya artists create an account with Microgiving. This way you can use your uPlaya Press Kit, which already showcases positive information about your music, to help you raise money.

Step 3: Set goals.

Determine the amount you would like to raise and also give yourself a deadline to reach those goals. We recommend a lot of research and planning to ensure your goals are realistic. You also need to hold yourself accountable to your donors and be able to tell them precisely how you intend to spend the money.

Step 4: Set Rewards.

It’s important to show appreciation to the donors and fans who believe in you. Come up with a rewards system that will not only excite your fans, but also be something you can live up to. Sample prizes include backstage passes and autographed t-shirts. Make sure the prize matches the donation amount.

Step 5 & 6: Showcase your project.

Put yourself out there and promote your cause. Your uPlaya Press Kit makes this easy – you can display a link to your Microgiving project so fans can find it after seeing your promotional material. Email your uPlaya through e-blasts to fans, friends and family and to potential investors and music professionals who you think should see your work.  Do what you can to encourage other donors on Microgiving to check out your project (studies show that more than 10% of donors will give to multiple projects).

Step 7: Keep investors updated.

Throughout the building of the project, you must send updates on your progress. This lets the donors feel like they are involved and also gives you an opportunity to engage with them and keep them excited.

Songwriters – can you sight-read?

Can you actually read and write the notes of your songs?

Some of the most successful composers never could – and many today still can’t read a note of music.

So, is there a real disadvantage in not being able to read and write music?

The answer is yes. Let me say straight away, not being able to sight-read will not disqualify you from being a successful songwriter – but it will present you with a handicap over those who can.

Firstly, writing music gives you an immediate advantage in being able to create a top-line or lead sheet which you can use quickly to register the copyright in your song.

Secondly, writing out the music will help you in ways you cannot imagine especially in the layout of your song – rather like reading a road map – fields, signs timing, and direction fall into place in a more convenient way.

Yes, I know you can buy software that will write out the music for you using midi on a keyboard or guitar, but think of the convenience of being able to write out a piece of music straight to the manuscript as soon as an original melody runs through your head.

At any moment a brilliant tune may come to you – and minutes later it may be lost forever.

Interestingly, understanding how to read music is not difficult at all – in fact, it’s as simple as ABC.

If you can read the alphabet, you can read music. Notes appear on five horizontal lines called a “stave” or “staff” Each note falls directly on one of the lines, or in the spaces. Starting with the simplest of keys – C major, the next note above C is D then E-F-G-A-B-C.  You’re simply following the alphabet.

Once you get to “G” your next note above is “A” and so on. You see, in music the letters run from A to G only, that’s it.

The only other notes are the “in betweens” sharps or flats (b) which mostly appear in keys other than C major.   Sounds easy? It is. Familiarize yourself with all the notes and the keys and you’ll be reading music in no time.

Those who regularly read and write often begin to see amazing possibilities in other areas of music – such as arranging, harmony, chord structure, counterpoint, and even orchestration. You see, if you have creative ability, to begin with, chances are these are areas you were meant to move into. Once you start your mind working the possibilities in creative music are endless.

Hit Potential Technology

It’s your time, uPlaya independent artists, musicians and songwriters.

Hit Song Science™ and the Music Universe™ power the uPlaya Artist Revolution.

“Online services have helped address the availability problem for music, but consumers and artists are still frustrated by a lack of visibility to easily connect great artists with potential fans,” “Music Intelligence Solutions™ Music Universe™ and Hit Song Science™ can solve the visibility problem better than any other technology that I have seen.” Chuck D, co-founder of Public Enemy, legendary artist, author and Internet entrepreneur.

Do you dream of a world without boundaries, where you can place your work before a huge audience, with no limits and no interference?

Hit Song Science™ provides immediate feedback on your song’s potential for commercial success and instant legitimization in the market for high-scoring music.

Do you want help choosing the best channels and markets for your music and which of your songs have the best chance for success?

The Music Universe™ helps you understand the hit potential of your songs within different markets and niches, and includes targeted promotional features to help your music gain visibility with audiences who already like your sound.

Our rating system gives you immediate feedback on the quality of your music, its competitive edge in the music industry, and its reception among professionals and music lovers.

For example, if your song receives a Gold or Platinum Audionaut Award (Auddy™), then the underlying musical patterns are similar to songs that have been hits in the past.

The Music Universe™ includes many languages and all genres from around the world. Ultimately, The Music Universe™ will analyze and catalog all music ever created and digitized.

Hit Song Science™ compares the sonic characteristics of your tracks against all the songs in the Music Universe™.

In the Music Universe™, hit songs tend to “cluster” (in terms of similarity), and the likely commercial success of new music is judged by its proximity to these constellations.

Music Intelligence Solutions’ patented algorithms analyze the fundamental characteristics of all music, such as brightness and tempo, and measures how they change over time. Often, these characteristics are perceived unconsciously by the listener, and the correct mix of parameters is more important than any individual parameter by itself.

Detecting Hit Potential and Music Trends

Artists use the Hit Song Science™ technology to compare their unreleased songs against hits of the past and present, allowing them to see how well their music fits into the current market as well as to identify potential hits.

The technology also spots new trends and highlights how new songs fit in with these new trends. So a song containing mathematical patterns that are becoming more prevalent in new trends is detected as having high hit potential.

analyzes an album or song and provides multiple components of feedback: song ratings to assess hit potential, song ratings to assess “staying power” and “new trends potential”, affinity values vis-a-vis other artists, and information regarding album coherence.