Christina Aguilera, for Best Advice.

Watch Our New Video Series Featuring Top Artists Sharing Their “Best Advice”

Get tips on career and creativity directly from Mary J Blige, Rick Ross, Christina Aguilera and more.

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Everything You Need to Know about Co.Lab: Merch

Sign up to attend Co.Lab: Merch, where artists and industry vets are coming together to talk shop about your shop.

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Co.Lab: A New Event Series For Working Artists

Grow your community and navigate the modern music industry at Co.Lab, a new event series from ‘Spotify for Artists’

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Now in Beta: Upload your music in Spotify for Artists

Today, we're announcing a new beta feature that enables independent artists to upload their music to Spotify — directly from Spotify for Artists.

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Share New Music for Playlist Consideration

Our new beta feature gives artists, labels and teams an easy way to submit unreleased music directly to our editorial team for playlist consideration.

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What the New Free Version of Spotify Means for Artists

There are over 90 million reasons you should read up on our new free version.

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Spotify Now Displays Songwriter Credits

Your fans don’t just listen to tracks; they get involved with their music.

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Weezer using the new Artist's Pick to share upcoming tour dates.

Two New Reasons You Should Really Be Using ‘Artist’s Pick’

When we launched Artist’s Pick late last year, the concept was super simple: we wanted to give you, the artist, more places to express yourself on Spotify. Artist’s Pick gives you control over the music at the top of your artist profile. You could pick something you love—any track, album, or playlist—and add a short message about why you love it.

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Introducing: The Spotify for Artists App

We’ve got some exciting news to share: As of today, Spotify for Artists is now available on iOS and Android! We’ve created a one-stop shop to track your new music as it goes live, control your presence on Spotify, and learn more about your listeners.

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Nerd Out on Your Data

We get it—being an artist is a lot of work. You work your fingers to the bone to write, record, tour, and release music. When you make a decision or release new music, you need to easily understand what’s working, and what’s not.

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