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Artists can now upload their music directly to Spotify

Are the days of digital distribution companies coming to an end?

Spotify Beta Upload Artists Distribution

Today (September 20th, 2018) is a big day for independent artists all around the world. Spotify has just announced a new beta feature enabling independent musicians to upload their music directly to Spotify.

What does this mean exactly? It means the need for an artist to pay distribution middleman like CD Baby, DistroKid, or TuneCore (in order for their music to streamed and sold globally) may no longer be necessary.

“We believe getting new music to your fans should be simple. Spotify says.

Spotify says the artist will have tools which will allow them to be in full control, such as the ability to upload album art, select release date, edit metadata and more. This video explains.

Spotify has began inviting select artists to test out their beta version of this new option. Currently, uploading your music directly to Spotify is only available by invitation to a few hundred US-based independent artists.

Were you invited to take part in the beta version? Better check your email!

Be sure to join Spotify’s mailing list so you’re the first to know about announcements and improvements.

 

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Written by Bo Weber

Positive energy-seeking singer/ songwriter, graphic designer, vandweller, writer, photographer and whatever else I can get my hands on.

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