LyricFind Infographic Finds The Most Name Dropped Lyrics Within the Fashion Industry

In lieu of New York Fashion week LyricFind, the world’s leader in legal lyric solutions, has put together an infographic to showcase the most name-dropped high fashion designers in music. LyricFind was founded in 2004 to fill the void of the most popular music content on the Internet, lyrics.

LyricFind taps into one of the most powerful benefits of lyrics: Search Engine Optimization. The infographic shows Gucci rules the runway with 858 song mentions while Versace is at a close 829. Per LyricFind, with “lyrics” being a top search term throughout the world, including lyrics content with your service not only drives engagement and enjoyment with your existing users but will attract many more through SEO.

LyricFind’s Lyric Display service powers lyrics on hundreds of websites and services, including sites such as iHeartRadio, SongMeanings, LyricsMania, Pandora, LyricsMode, LyricsFreak, and many more. LyricFind can deliver lyrics in real time via XML, JSON or periodic data feeds, allowing maximum flexibility for your implementation.

LyricFind has licensing from over 4,000 music publishers, including all four majors; EMI Music Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner/Chappell Music Publishing, and Sony/ATV Music Publishing. LyricFind has built a quality-controlled database of those lyrics available for licensing. The service tracks, reports, and pays royalties to those publishers on a song-by-song and territory-by-territory basis. It also has a customized search solution available to licensees to identify music based on lyrics, and answer that age-old question of “What’s that song?”

If you are in the music industry LyricFind’s service may help you with your SEO and licensing. For more information about LyricFind’s services please visit LyricFind’s site located here:


Source: LyricFind