Bumble And Spotify Join Forces So You Can Avoid Dating Someone With Terrible Music Taste

Or They Can Swerve Your Bieber Obsession

Bumble And Spotify Join Forces So You Can Avoid Dating Someone With Terrible Music Taste

by Ruby Norris |
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Bumble, the dating app where women make the first move - and which recently paved the way for responsibility and positivity with an open letter to one misogynistic user– has teamed up with Spotify to give a musical twist to our dating app experience. Bumble users will now be able to connect their profiles with their Spotify accounts, giving potential suitors unfiltered access to their Spotify playlists.

Matches will be able to see their virtual date’s preferred artists, genres and songs as Bumble attempts to create more meaningful ways to connect.

While Bumble CEO Whitney Wolfe explainsshe is ‘excited to see what insights come from users connecting based on a shared love of music,’ we’re not entirely convinced our Disney Bangerz playlist sets the right tone for potential dates.

And for those of you who are worried about scaring off possible admirers, do not fret. Users can still blast out some old school Bieber or croon along to Michael Bublé (whatever floats your boat) without living in fear of music taste related rejection, as Spotify’s ‘private session’ feature can be used to hide certain artists and playlists within Bumble.

But where’s the fun in that? They do say obscure and embarrassing music taste is often the foundations of the most beautiful relationships.

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This article originally appeared on The Debrief.

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