Spotify has decided to take on the likes of Billboard with its own charts, making available a list of the top-50 most-streamed and most-shared songs to the public. The Wall Street Journal reports that, in a push to broaden its user base, the music streaming service is sharing the data -- and the music to match.
The top-50 lists will be embeddable and entirely free to listen to, so even non-subscribers will be able to listen to the songs that are currently topping internet playlists around the world. The service -- called Charts -- is already live. [Spotify via Wall Street Journal]