Comparing artist and label teams

Artist teams are designed for artists and their managers. You can request access to an unclaimed artist profile, or ask an Admin to invite you to a profile that’s already claimed.

Label teams are for label employees to easily view and manage their whole catalog, without the need to join every artist team individually. You can request to create a new label team, or ask an existing team’s Admin to invite you.

Both artist and label teams let you view stats, artist profiles, and your roster. Depending on your access level, you can also edit the artist profile and pitch upcoming releases.

Note: Label team members can only edit an artist's profile if you're responsible for that artist's latest or upcoming release.

Learn more about access levels

Viewing your teams

Your teams shows all the label and artist teams you’re in, your access level in those teams, and the team Admins.

Web browser

  1. Log in to artists.spotify.com.
  2. Click the 3 dots in the top left.
  3. Select Your teams.

App

Note: You can't see your access levels in the app.

  1. Log in to Spotify for Artists.
  2. Tap your artist image at the top.
  3. Under Manage, select Your teams.

Viewing your roster

Your roster shows all the artists you have access to, whether that’s as part of an artist or label team.

If you’re an Admin or Editor on a label team, you’ll see all the artists with music eligible for pitching first, then your whole roster in alphabetical order.

  1. Log in to artists.spotify.com.
  2. Click the 3 dots in the top left.
  3. Select Your roster.

If you're missing artists in your roster, check out Viewing your label catalog for what to do.


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