Spotlister founders deny it was a pay-to-playlist service
Posted on: 26 mars 2018, by : Stuart Dredge

The founders of startup Spotlister have denied that it was designed as a way for artists and labels to pay for inclusion on Spotify playlists.
The company shut down earlier this month after having its Spotify API key revoked, with an article on tech site Daily Dot referencing the site in the context of ‘playola’. Now the founders have hit back.
“Spotlister was conceived and developed simply to give rising artists the opportunity to submit their music for consideration to the curator community,” they wrote in a comment on the Music Ally website. “Never to pay for placements on their playlists.”
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Source: Music ally

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