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Is Fave the Future of our Music Fandom Engagement?

In the topical news of the day, we’ve started to become aware with a new super-fan app: FAVE.

Simply put, it allows you to connect with your fan community, purchase merchandise and engage with fellow fanatics in an-all-one system that is dedicated to the passionate fans.

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Although more for those young and heroic fans of pop superstars, it allows a safe online haven for the fandoms and their creativity – often where other sites fail to do so.

With that said, it seems that some of the biggest pop artists in the past decade are joining. Smooth-as-silk funkadelic guru of Bruno Mars joins the ever-growing list of BTS Army and Taylor Swift fans (aptly named “Swifties“) as Fave starts to gain traction.

Personally, I feel that both TikTok and Fave will become a fantastic brother-sister app connectivity that work within one another to bring about mass change to the music industry and its corresponding social media. Or is it just another way for the real crazies to talk to each other?

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What are you thinkin’ about this one?

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By manvmusic

In one of the most controversial, ever-changing and unpredictable industries, join my rants and ravings as I dissect the music industry word by word through technology, current events, industry stories and problems.

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