Genius automatically capitalizes the first letter of every song and of every artist name. For the most part, this is good as it helps to enforce uniform capitalization guidelines.
But sometimes, artists and song names are supposed to start with a lowercase letter.
To do that, we will need to copy and paste a zero-width space (“”) before the first letter to keep it lowercase.
Examples include Post Malone’s “rockstar” and the name of producer and singer-songwriter blackbear.
(The zero-width space is between the quotation marks in the above paragraph. All you have to do is copy the quotes and then delete them individually.)
Go to this page.
Click on "Edit Lyrics" and type the desired text.
Note: we will be using genius demo for this example
Copy/Select all the entire text and "Cancel."
Now paste it into the desired field of the metadata. Click "Save."
Celebrate for finally figuring it out!
NB: Do post in the Help Forum for assistance if it doesn't work.
This guide explains the many processes one can take when trying to force titles and artists to start with a lowercase letter.
This guide is intended to help users of all experience levels understand how to implement a zero-width space when editing metadata. and also the “ ” does not work.
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