Introducing the New Dashboard on Repost by SoundCloud
May 30, 2022
It’s been around 2 months since Spotify gave its users the ability to submit their own music to their officially curated playlists. If you’re distributing onto this platform, its extremely important you understand the process and utilize it as much as possible. Getting your song onto an official playlist could be HUGE for overall popularity and exposure. Here’s a little reminder on everything you need to know about manually submitting your music today.
Now, there are a few things that you need to have completed before you are able to submit your songs for consideration.
For one, your song has to already have been submitted for distribution on Spotify in order for it to be eligible for playlist submission. You MUST have at least one song release before you are able to use the submission form. So make sure you have Spotify enabled on your Repost Network dashboard!
Your song needs to be visible on your Spotify for Artists page for at least 7 days prior to its actual release to be eligible for playlist pitching. In order to avoid any delays or issues in the process, we recommend you submit your song for distribution at least 2 weeks before its actual release date. Spotify only considers unreleased music for their curated playlists, so it is not possible to submit any of your songs that are already out.
Here’s the process you need to follow to get your music considered for official Spotify playlists:
1. Log in to Spotify for Artists on your personal desktop. You MUST use a desktop, as the mobile application is not usable for submission quite yet
2. Locate any of your unreleased tracks at the top of your Home or Profile tab, then select Get Started.
3. Choose a song from your release that you’d like to submit.
4. Fill out as much information regarding the song as you can. The more information you give Spotify, the better the chance your song has of being chosen. Very important to keep in mind!
5. After filling out as much info you can, press Submit. It’s that simple!