PLAYLISTING

Get discovered by a world of playlist listeners

Playlists are where millions of fans make billions of musical discoveries.

Pitch your music to a global audience

Spotify for Artists is the only way to submit new music for playlisting. Whatever your new sound, pitching can help it get heard by fans around the world. And it’s not just for superstars—more than 76,000 artists were playlisted for the first time in 2020.

Get heard by fans new and old

Get heard by fans new and old

Playlists help your new music to stand out like nothing else. Landing on the various types of Spotify playlists can bubble up your new sounds to loyal audiences and first-time listeners.

Uncover new insights about your audience

Landing on a playlist is about more than cred. With more new listeners in your audience, Spotify for Artists gives you a deeper understanding of how and where your music is being discovered.

Open up to a world of musical possibilities

With thousands of playlists to land on, your sound can take you places that you never expected. Find creative inspiration for new collaborations, genre experimentation, or new sounds and lyrical themes.

Playlists for one, playlists for all

Playlists for one, playlists for all

Whether a playlist is followed by millions or tailored to the tastes of a single listener, your music can be discovered in a number of ways. Created by our editorial teams or based on personalized data, each playlist is designed to leave a lasting impression on your listeners.

Get loud when you get playlisted

Unique Links

Certain playlists give you a personalized link to share that puts your song in first position for fans.

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Promo Cards

Create personalized assets to promote your placement in select playlists with your fans on social.

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Social Media

Share the news with your fans on social and tag us @spotifyforartists, so we can celebrate with you.

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