From Top Charts to #ThrowbackThursday, Spotify has a vast range of playlists for users to choose from.
But the music streaming site is now offering users the opportunity to have a bespoke playlist – based on their DNA.
Spotify has joined forces with AncestryDNA to create custom playlists based on users’ genetic heritage.
To get a custom playlist, you’ll need to order an AncestryDNA kit – which costs £99.
Your results will include a breakdown of your ethnicity – and based on this, a playlist will be created.
For example, if your DNA reveals that you have German and Korean heritage, your playlist might include a mix of English and Korean songs, including Bonkers by Dizzee Rascal and Get It by PRISTIN V.
However – there’s a catch.
Questions have previously been raised about the security of your DNA once it’s been sent to AncestryDNA.
Last year, an investigation by ThinkProgress found that within Ancestry’s terms of service, the firm claims to own a ‘perpetual, royalty-free, worldwide license’, which could be used against ‘you or a genetic relative.’
So you might want to be wary about sending your DNA over!
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