It's what Mashable writers are calling one of the "worst-kept secrets on social media."
The rumors about Twitter breaking into the realm of music started to become more credible through a few tweets sent out on Thursday.
On Friday, this website: https://music.twitter.com/ became active.
The first came from Ryan Seacrest, who claimed he had been playing around on the app.
Then We Are Hunted, a social music app retweeted Seacrest and tweeted an announcement of its own.
That link brings you to their website, where it's announced the developers of We Are Hunted are partnering with Twitter.
So, what will Twitter Music look like?
The only information available is from unnamed sources and isn't anything officially from Twitter...yet. CNET posted an article in March about the possible functions of Twitter Music.
AllThingsD reported a source told its writers that a launch will happen this weekend at Coachella.
What do you think? Would you use Twitter Music?