I think we all will agree that sharing music using services like Facebook and Twitter is the most natural step in the evolution of the Social Web. After all, what good is connecting with everybody and telling them about what you do if you can’t show it to them at the same time?
The startup I am reviewing right now enables you do exactly that: spread both individual songs and full albums around, and the best thing might as well be that Twitter and Facebook alike are supported. The way it works is by letting you upload the song or playlist and having it played in your Twitter’s profile page, or streamed from your Facebook wall.
Best of all, you can make your songs both downloadable and embeddable. If you are looking for maximum exposure that is always useful, although I can’t help but wonder (and worry) a little about the copyright of what you are sharing when it is your own work what you are putting about.
In any case, iMusicTweet will let you keep track of how many times your music has been played and/or downloaded by others, and the fact that people can leave comments makes it even easier to measure how close you are to becoming the new sensation that will displace Justin Bieber. If you really care about that, of course. I bet most of you will simply want to gain notoriety and leave some great songs behind in a place where others can give them a spin. And a resource like iMusicTweet will let you get nearer that mark for sure.