The new music platform matches songs to listeners’ moods to better predict what you want to hear.

Seamlessly merging with the long line of outlandish commercials during this year’s Super Bowl, one spot that may have flown under the radar was Ellen DeGeneres’s fairy tale twist for Beats Music.

A new music streaming service, Beats Music offers up a unique twist to more traditional platforms – it reads your mind to pick the perfect song.

Leveraging technology developed by The Echo Nest, a music intelligence platform that powers other recommendation services and engines such as Spotify and Rdio, Beats Music “reads” users’ minds to match music with certain moods by asking where you are, what you’re doing, who you’re with, and how you’re feeling. Simply fill in the blank, and the platform provides music to your ears.

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