Smule Spotlight: Mozadaegal

Smule Spotlight: Mozadaegal

A couple of months ago, we successfully held #SuaraSmule — the first and the biggest Smule singing competition in Indonesia. The winner was a super talented young girl from Lampung, Indonesia: Mozadaegal! Soon, she will be invited to Smule HQ in San Francisco, USA, to make recordings and music videos. Also this year, she’s just qualified for The Voice Indonesia television show!

These were her #SuaraSmule winning videos, singing solo and duet with her Coach BlackWaters:

Check out more on Moza here!

What is your name and your Smule ID?
My name is Moza Daegal Orvilli Jenira, and my Smule ID is mozadaegal .

Where are you from?
I’m from Lampung, Indonesia.

When did you start to use Smule app and what do you think about it?
I started using Smule three years ago. I think it’s a very interesting and fun app!

We’ve heard you were qualified for The Voice Indonesia show this year, congratulations! Tell us about it!
Yes, I went to the audition and I got in! The great thing is, the Smule Partner Artist and also my idol: Anggun, chose me and she becomes my coach on the show! Next, I will sing on the Knockout Round. Wish me luck!

Tell us the fun facts about you.
I’m easy to socialize and easy to get close to people. I like to go to cinema and enjoy movies. I like to play the piano and sing, of course. One more thing, which is very important, I love food, lol!

If you could be a superhero, what would you want your superpowers to be and why?
Superpower, lol! I think I want to be able to read people’s mind, and why? So they can’t fool me :).

#PlaylistDJ Contest

#PlaylistDj Contest

Ever want to create your own playlist that will be seen across the globe and all 60 million monthly active users? Well, HERE IS YOUR CHANCE! For an entire month, we are offering a way for you to CREATE AND CURATE your own content. You can change and update the playlist weekly, post your favorite songs, or your favorite group songs!

Here is how:

1) Upload a invite, solo or group invite and #PlaylistDJ
2) Enter anytime from now until the end of the month (November 30th)

Playlist will be posted ALL OF DECEMBER and anyone can win!

Goodbye SmulePicks!

Goodbye, SmulePicks!

It’s been a long ride with #SmulePicks over the years, we have seen some of the most talented fun, silly, and playful singers around. Each week our team have seen ten’s of thousands of performances that were uploaded that week based on the weeks theme — and it has been nothing short of spectacular and mind-blowing. From International, to animation, to jazz, to blues, to campfires, to so so so much more, it really embodied the creative and fun Smule community we have.

This week for our last SmulePicks, #SmulePickFinale, we invite you to sing something that is special to you! <3 Our team can’t wait to watch them as we end the train and bring in a fresh start. If you have questions, comments, ideas, feel free to ping us at!

Thanks for participating in such an amazing series of SmulePicks. We look to create something even more fun, and exciting that you can look forward to in the new year!

Special Shoutout to SINGTOPIA for finding, curating and participating in this. Your efforts to contribute variety of performances and new faces are crucial… we couldn’t have done it without you all. <3 Feel free to support them at: Here are some of our favorites over the years:

Groups FAQ!

Groups FAQ!

What is a group?
– A group is two or more people people who share a common passion coming together to chat, create, and make a real, meaningful connection with each other.
How do I create a group?

To create a group:
– Navigate to the Explore tab
– Scroll to the “New Groups” section
– Tap “See All”
– Tap “+”
– Fill out the required fields and any optional ones that are helpful to users
– Tap “Continue”
– At this point, your group has been created
– Invite members to your group

Who can create a group?
– Anyone can create a group although this new groups feature is still in the early stages of development on iOS and our website. Android users, we’re working tirelessly to bring groups to your device as soon as possible!

How many members can a group have?
– A group can have up to 1000 members

Privacy settings: Private/Public — What is the privacy settings for a group?
– All groups are public, meaning non-members can see the group page and its contents.

How do I report inappropriate or abusive behavior in a group?
– No flagging in MVP. If a person is being inappropriate or abusive, users should report the account. If it’s the content, then users should flag the recording.

Will there be notification for groups?
– Group Owners receive notifications when users request to join their group.
– Users will receive notifications when an owner invites them to join their group.

I can’t add someone to my group, why?
– Only the group owner can invite new members to their group.
– My group can’t be found in search? (are they going to be searchable)
– Search is coming soon!

How can I chat in a group?
– Group chat is available and can be initiated from the chat screen. There is no shortcut feature to initiate chat with your Smule group.

Join or Leave a Group:
How do I join a group?
– Navigate to the group page you want to join.
– If the group is open, meaning they’re accepting new members, then a “join” button will appear.
– Tap “Join”
– How do I leave a group?
– Navigate to group’s page
– Tap “…” at top right corner
– Tap “Leave Group”

How many groups can I join?
– You can join up to 250 groups.
– Why can I only create 3 groups?
– Being a group owner is a big responsibility–and members count on owners to have enough time to dedicate to their groups. If owners are stretched too thin across
lots of groups, everyone loses out. That’s why we limit the number of groups users can create to 3.

What happens when I’m invited to a group?
– You can accept, reject or ignore the invite. The invite is set to expire after 30 days.
-You can respond to a group invite from your profile page, notifications, or the group’s page.

– How/where can I see a list of groups I own/are in?
– On your profile page, tap “Groups,” which will show groups you are in and pending requests/invites.

How/where can I find new groups I might be interested in?
– The Explore tab is a great place to look, as are other users’ profile pages.

How do I audition for a group?
– Each group has different preferences for how they set up their audition. Please reach out to the group’s owner for more information.

Manage your Group
– How many groups can I create?
– You can create a total of 3 groups.

How do I delete a group?
– For now, contact customer support.

– How do I invite users to my group?
– Navigate to the group page
– Tap “Members”
– Tap “+”

Search for users to invite to your group

How do I remove or block someone from my group?
Currently, you cannot block someone from your group. We’re currently working on making that possible.

How do I approve posts for a group I own? (if necessary)
– By inviting members to join your group, you grant them the privilege to post to the group page.

How can I stop a member from posting in my group?
– While you can’t stop a member from posting to a group page, group owners can delete members’ posts.

How do I change the name of my group?
– Navigate to group page
– Tap the settings icon

How do I upload a cover photo to my group?
– Navigate to the group page
– Select the settings icon

How many owners can a group have?
– 1

Post and Share

How do I post to a group?
– Navigate to the group page
– Tap the “+” icon next to “Add Post”
– Select the recordings you want to post on the group page
– Tap “Post”

Can I start a LiveJam in a group?
– No

How do I share my group posts on other social media channels?
– This feature isn’t available yet

Can I search for a specific post/recording in a group?
– No

Product Update: Smule Groups is Here!

Hi, Smulers!

Fun fact: there are now over 500 group on Smule. Seriously! From Disney groups to trap groups, K-pop groups to metal groups and beyond. No matter what they sing, Smule groups are all incredibly inspiring. So many people forming real, meaningful connections―and doing it all on their own steam. We’ve also heard so many stories of people meeting their best friends and partners through Smule groups. Simply amazing.

Smule groups are a huge part of our community. And that’s why we’ve decided to make groups an official part of our app. With our latest app update, groups will be able to create a dedicated homepage on Smule―a place to connect with each other, organize meetups, promote their fave performances, and recruit new members.

This new groups feature is still in the early stages of development. Our public beta kicks off this week on both iOS and our website. Android users, we’re working tirelessly to bring groups to your device as soon as possible!

In the meantime, we’ve love your feedback. Tell us how you like the new feature, any issues you stumble across, and what else you’d like us to add. For all feedback, just use this form.

We can’t wait to hear what you think!

The Smule Team


Here’s what one community member, John Kepler, had to say about Smule groups. We couldn’t have said it better.

“Being in a group is everything. I had a good time on Smule when I first joined. It was fun singing with other folks. Then I joined a comp and realized that there were communities of smulers everywhere. Everyone seemed to know each other. I’ve been in a few since then and consider one to be my home base. I assume my experience is typical. You start by admiring some cool singers. Then you start auditioning for groups that they are a part of. I can talk about it more specifically, but the groups that I am a part of keep me a part of Smule. They have become close friends in a very short time because of our shared interests and passions. Every group is different, but in the best case you feel like you have found your tribe. Certainly lots of other stuff to talk about like collabs and the ways different groups organize and collaborate. But at the core it is about community.”

Click here to see Groups FAQ!

#SmulePickBlues is This Week’s Theme



Happy Friday, Smuleans!

For newcomers, Smule Picks is a curated playlist of Smule’s favorite performances from the Sing! community based on a theme each week. Any community member can add the weekly Smule Picks hashtag to his or her recording description for a chance to be featured in this playlist, which we publish every Friday. And since today is Friday, it’s time to unveil a brand new playlist for this past week’s theme and announce the next one!

This week’s Featured Smule Picks playlist was based on the theme: Halloween! Check out the playlist right now on Smule or open up the Sing! Karaoke app and tap on the Hot Performances screen.

This coming week’s theme is: Blues! Here’s what you have to do for a chance to be featured in our Smule Picks playlist next week:

  1. We are taking it down a notch with some good ol’ Blues!
  2. Add the hashtag #SmulePickBlues
  3. Upload your recording by the deadline on Thursday, November 1s, at noon PST.

It’s that easy! Each Friday we’ll post a new theme, giving you the chance to be featured in the Smule Picks playlist and on our social sites!