WaTunes social music service announced its new Online Trend feature. This new feature enables artists view to their Trending Reports online. Trending Reports are projected trending data given from iTunes to use for marketing & promotional purposes and give artists a gauge of their projected sales. WaTunes will offer this feature as apart of its VIP service, which is priced at $12.95 per month. "Traditionally, artists would have to pay a fee to receive this kind of information per report. As apart of the VIP service, we wanted to incorporate a system to where artists will be able to know how their music is doing without the hassle of downloading a report and without paying a fee. With this new feature, for the first time in history, artists are now able to view their trending reports online every Monday with great transparency." Says Kevin Rivers, CEO of WaTunes. The WaTunes social platform enables anyone to embed ANY widget including MySpace, YouTube, iMeem, ReverbNation, and other media players into their profiles. WaTunes also gives every user the ability to share their Facebook profiles, post comments to friends, and instantly make calls to each other via Skype for free. WaTunes provides tools for independent artists and labels to showcase their music and put them up for sale on leading digital stores including iTunes, eMusic, Amazon, AT&T, Verizon, and Playstation 3. Apart from unveiling the new trending system, WaTunes is also launching a new VIP Holiday & New Years promotion initiative. Starting November 23rd, 2009 until February 28th, 2010, newly subscribe VIP artists will receive $20.00 in addition to their February earnings received from digital services including iTunes. "The VIP service is a revolutionary model that channels the effectiveness of promotion and leverage to any digital music service. This new initiative welcomes new VIP artists to receive a special incentive for becoming an elite customer of WaTunes. We look forward to being able to help more artists with incentives such as this offering in the near future." Says Tony Pytleski, Vice President of WaTunes.