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    Introducing BARS Music App By Facebook

    Facebook is one of the most popular social media platform which connect millions of people with each others. Now, Facebook's internal R&D group, NPE Team launching its next experimental app, called BARS.

    This app is designed specially for rappers. They will be able to prepare the rap here and share it direct on the social media. This is the second music app of the NPE team. Earlier, they launched the music video app Collab.

    The focus of the collab app was to create online music with others. While the focus of the bars is on making and sharing their own rappers videos. Hundreds of beats have been given on the app. Users can record their video by selecting any one of these beats. 

    BARS can also automatically suggest rhymes as you’re writing out lyrics, and offers different audio and visual filters to accompany videos as well as an auto tune feature.

    Will Create 60 Second Video

    Challenge mode is also given on the app where you can freestyle with auto-suggested word cues, which has more of a game-like element to it. This experience is designed for those who want to enjoy rap. Video length can be up to 60 seconds. After recording the video, you can save it in the phone gallery or can share it on social media.

    BARS Community Manager DJ Iyer, who is also a hip-hop songwriter and ghostwriter under the alias D-Lucks, said in a blog post that Rap has a rich and varied history that has influenced culture for over 40 years. The corona virus outbreak was one of the major reasons for developing the BARS app.

    “I know access to high-priced recording studios and production equipment can be limited for aspiring rappers. On top of that, the global pandemic shut down live performances where we often create and share our work,” he said. “So, along with a group of aspiring rappers, we've been building BARS: a place for aspiring rappers to create and share their art.”

    BARS makes it easy to create and share raps, so rappers can focus on and experiment with the content, rather than investing heavily in equipment and production. 

    The BARS app is available for download through Apple's US App Store and is initially accessible for a small number of iOS users only. You can also sign up for the wait list in the app.

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