Facebook has launched BARS app for rappers. The experimental new project of the social media giant is a take on TikTok and targets budding rappers from all across the globe. With the new Facebook BARS app, rappers will get an opportunity to use built-in tools to create and share their music. They will also be able to select track beats from professionally created music on the application’s platform.
Facebook BARS App for rappers mark the second musical effort from Facebook’s NPE team after its music video app ‘Collab’. This experimental app is being viewed as Facebook’s latest initiative to launch a ‘Tik Tok’ competitor in the market. BARS app is designed especially for creating content only in rap style, thus helping it stand apart from all other short-video platforms.The application has a rhyming dictionary to suggest lyrics, and also comes with a challenge mode to help rappers freestyle along to automated cues. Along with pre-recorded beats that can go with words, the offering of audio and visual filters adds more flair to the songs.
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With BARS app, rappers can share the results to the gallery and across social platforms. The app will make it easier for budding rappers to produce rap music without spending a lot of money on the equipment and production. In its official blogpost, Facebook said, “With BARS, you can select one of our professionally-created beats, write lyrics and record yourself dropping bars. BARS auto-suggests rhymes as you’re writing to keep your flow going.” The post further said, “Users can simply hurdle into Challenge mode and practice freestyle with auto-suggested word cues. Rappers can choose from a variety of audio and visual filters to take their creations to the next level.” To use the app, rappers don’t require a formal rap experience.
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The Facebook BARS App for rappers will be soon available in the iOS App Store in the US. The company is expected to roll out the applications for global users in the near future. Stay tuned to this space for the latest updates on the BARS app. You can also sign in for our newsletter to get latest technology news delivered to your mailbox.