Apple announced its initial music awards Monday, and it worked with Spotify in prizes based on data streaming.
The technology giant brought the first “Apple Music Award” to four artists in five categories. Three of the winners were selected by the Apple Music editorial team while the other two were based on streaming figures.
The coroner Billie Eilish, Goth-pop, met three of the five awards, suggesting that there was an overlap between the numbers and all the teams.
Her first LP was “When We Come to Sleep, Where Are You? Eilish was also named as Apple Artist of the Year and shared the Singer of the Year award with her brother and music partner, Conor O 'Connell.
Viral Rapper Lil Nas X took the Song of the Year for his current beat “Old Town Road,” Apple says that the biggest song flowing this year. And chose musical minds of the pop diva Lizzo as Artist of Breakthrough Year.
Apple will celebrate the awards on Wednesday with a live concert from Eilish at the company's Cupertino headquarters, California. The winners will receive a sleek aluminum plaque with 12 inch Apple 'silicon wafers' which are hung in glass.
Apple's honors came about two weeks after Spotify announced its first awards show on 5 March. The Mexican City mete will be “totally based on user generated data,” the company said.