The website offers to analyze your listening habits on the Spotify streaming platform to determine which of your favorite musicians are the most popular, and which are the least famous. To illustrate this, he superimposes their name on the illustration of an iceberg, with the tip of it, and everything that is found below the surface of the water.
The higher an artist is on the iceberg (the tip), the more Icebergify considers it to be a mainstream personality. The lower the artist finds himself, the more the digital tool considers him or her as an alternative or obscure personality.
For its analysis, Icebergify selects the 50 artists that people listen to the most in the short, medium and long term. It is therefore possible to find on its
iceberg recently discovered songs, as well as titles forgotten for many months.
Icebergify, whose source code is open access, was created by a computer science student at Rice University, in the United States.
It’s the latest in a series of digital tools that allow people to analyze their music habits through the Spotify platform.
Spotify Pie, which visualizes the different styles of music listened to in the last month in the form of a pie chart, also had its heyday a few weeks ago.