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For the multimedia-ripping software, see MusicMatch.
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musixmatch running on Spotify on Windows
Founded early 2010[1]
Headquarters Bologna, New York, London[1]
Country of origin Italy[1]
President Massimo Ciociola[1]
CEO Massimo Ciociola[1]
Industry Music
Employees 26[1]
Users over 35 million[1]
Available in English, Spanish, Italian, French, Japanese, German, Portuguese[2]
Launched January 2010[1]
Current status Active
Native client(s) on Windows, Windows Phone, Android, iOS, Google Chrome, Spotify

Musixmatch is a searchable lyrics catalogue of more than 12.4 million lyrics in 50 languages. It is accessible on Windows and Mac through Spotify, as well as on mobile apps for the iOS, Android and Windows Phone operating systems. It is also available on Apple Watch and Android Wear.

Musixmatch displays synchronised lyrics to view in time with the music being played. On its native apps, it bears the ability to scan all the songs in a user's music library and find lyrics for them all, as well as to be used as a native music player. On the Android platform, it also supports many major music streaming services like Spotify, Google Play Music, Deezer, Rhapsody and Rdio and can display lyrics floating above the application.

Their API-enabled feed allows website owners and mobile application developers to legally display and monetize the lyrics in their database.


Musixmatch was founded in Bologna, Italy, on January 21, 2010, by Massimo Ciociola and a group of co-founders. The service went live in July 2010 and, as of January 2015, musixmatch has raised $12.1 million in Angel and Venture Capital funding.

Musixmatch has signed agreements with publishers such as: EMI Publishing, Warner/Chappell Music, Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony ATV, PeerMusic, BMG, HFA and cooperate with NMPA.


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h About musixmatch, musixmatch
  2. ^ musixmatch, musiXmatch

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