Spotify talks playlists, skip rates and NF’s Nordic-fuelled success
Posted on: 29 novembre 2017, by : Stuart Dredge

“I would once and for all like to kill the myth that it’s just about something called skip rate.”
Spotify’s Nordic head of shows and editorial Daniel Breitholtz was keen to make something clear in his speech at the Slush Music conference in Helsinki today: the streaming service’s editors aren’t ruled by skip rates when adding and removing songs from their playlists.
Breitholtz said that he’s heard labels of every size talking about skip rates – Spotify defines a skip as a listener jumping away from a track less than 30 seconds in – as the main metric that matters for its programmed playlists.
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