Hit Song Science Picks Aslyn
The technology that predicted the success of Norah Jones and Maroon 5 says Aslyn has what it takes to be the next big pop star
Polyphonic HMI predicted the success of Norah Jones' debut album, Come Away With Me, well before it won 8 Grammys in 2003. Soon afterwards the global microscope was directed at this firm's curious technology called Hit Song Science (HSS for short), focusing the music industry's as well as the media's attention on their ability to predict the likelihood of market success for songs well in advance of the music's release.
Since announcing the existence of HSS, Polyphonic has begun working for many of the major labels within each of the major music companies and a variety of independents. HSS technology predicted the success of all of Maroon 5's hits from their Songs About Jane album, and predicted the success of their current hit, "Sunday Morning," a year and two months before other hit prediction services, although the company wasn't permitted to say so publicly at the time due to a confidentiality agreement with the label group. BMG later granted Polyphonic permission to speak about it.
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