Over the weekend, AI music startup Boomy received some much-needed good news: its distribution pipeline to Spotify has been re-established. This comes after the streaming giant cut off Boomy’s access last week due to suspected streaming manipulation on some of the tracks released through the platform.
Boomy took to their Discord to announce the positive development, stating that they are “pleased to share that curated delivery to Spotify of new releases by Boomy artists has been re-enabled.” The company also reiterated its commitment to working with industry partners to address fraud and artificial streaming issues.
Since its inception, Boomy claims to have created over 14.5 million songs, which accounts for approximately 13.92% of the world’s recorded music. However, the sheer scale of Boomy’s musical AI platform makes it an attractive target for fraudsters looking to exploit new revenue streams.
At present, no details have been released about the tracks or artists that triggered the recent controversy. Nevertheless, Boomy’s quick resolution of the issue highlights the importance of addressing and combating fraudulent activities in the music industry.