Spotify adds feature for pitching unreleased music to its playlist curators
Posted on: 19 juillet 2018, by : Stuart Dredge

Spotify has added a new feature to its back-end: the ability for artists and labels to submit unreleased songs for “playlist consideration” by its in-house team of curators.
The feature goes live today in beta, as part of the company’s Spotify for Artists and Spotify Analytics tools. Spotify says that any artist, label, manager or team member with access to these tools will be able to choose one unreleased song to submit.
“It’s important to give us as much information about the track as possible — genre, mood, and other data points all help us make decisions about where it may fit. You can note the instruments on it, whether it’s a cover, and the cultures you or the song belong to. The data you share will be complemented by what we already know about you — what else your fans listen to, what other playlists you’ve appeared on, etc,” explained Spotify in a blog post this afternoon.
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