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Pitching your music to Spotify’s editorial playlists can be a game-changer for independent artists. Not only can it lead to increased streams and exposure, but it can also potentially lead to new fans and career opportunities. However, with so many artists vying for the attention of playlist curators, it can be difficult to know how to stand out from the crowd. We will explore some tips for pitching your music to playlists on Spotify for Artists.

Step 1: Sign Up for Spotify for Artists

To pitch to playlists, you must have a Spotify for Artists account. If you don’t have one already, you can sign up for free on the Spotify for Artists website.

Step 2: Navigate to the “Upcoming” Section

Once logged in, navigate to the “Music” tab and select the “Upcoming” section. Here, you’ll be able to view your upcoming releases and pitch them to playlists.

Step 3: Choose a Track to Pitch

Select the track that you want to pitch to playlists. Keep in mind that you can only pitch one upcoming release at a time, so choose wisely.

Step 4: Provide Information About Your Music

To pitch your music effectively, you’ll need to provide as much information as possible about your music. This includes your hometown, location, genres, music cultures, moods, and song styles. Be sure to fill out each section thoroughly and accurately.

Step 5: Write Your Pitch

The most important part of the pitching process is your pitch. Here, you’ll have 500 characters to describe your song and convince Spotify’s editorial team that it’s worth adding to their playlists. Be sure to highlight your music’s most unique and compelling aspects, and avoid generic or overly promotional language.

Step 6: Submit Your Pitch

Once you’ve filled out all the necessary information and written your pitch, you can submit it to Spotify for review. Keep in mind that it may take some time for them to review your submission, so be patient.

Step 7: Monitor Your Progress

After you’ve submitted your pitch, you can monitor its progress through the “Upcoming” section of Spotify for Artists. If your submission is accepted, you’ll receive a notification and your song will be added to one or more of Spotify’s editorial playlists.

In conclusion, pitching your music to Spotify’s editorial playlists can be a powerful way to gain exposure and grow your fanbase but pitching your song to a playlist unfortunately does not mean you will be selected but not to worry you could always resubmit it.


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