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How to keep track of your music and performance on Spotify for Artists

Spotify for Artists lets you easily see all of your music and track its performance. Here’s how to see all of your music and what it’s doing. Spotify for Artists gives you power over customising your profile, access to real-time statistics, insights into your audience and more. If you’ve not yet claimed your Spotify for Artists profile then head to artists.spotify.com. We’re going to talk about the Music section here. This displays your catalog of songs and releases and helps you keep...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Data, Features, Analysis, Artists, Music Streaming, Streaming, Statistics, Claim, Songs, Playlists, Playlist, Listeners, Analyse, Artist Profile


How to view your Spotify play history

With Spotify on desktop, you can easily see your track-by-track history or a breakdown of all the artists, albums and playlists you’ve listened to recently. Here’s how. Head to the ‘Play Queue’ icon in the bottom right corner. Switch from ‘QUEUE’ to ‘HISTORY’. This will show you a list of your last 50 played tracks. To see a breakdown of recent artists, albums and playlists you’ve played, Spotify gives you a ‘Recently Played’ playlist. Click here to find and remove con...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Web, App, History, Albums, Artists, Desktop, Breakdown, Playlists, Tracks, Queue, Track by track, How To / Support / FAQs, Recently Played, How to view your Spotify play history


Weekly Dope: Royce 5’9, Griselda, Kamaiyah & More

[ArtByShake] With another seven days in the books, we’re back catching you…
Tags: Jazz, Playlists, Royce, 2dope, Weekly Dope, Griselda Kamaiyah


Marina Kaye Goes ‘The Whole 9’

We’d be better off if we had more tracks like The Whole 9 flooding the streaming platforms. It’s simple, the French singer-songwriter Marina Kaye delivers the goods – the video is well crafted too. The video has already clocked 300k YouTube streams since it’s release on Feb. 10th. Her first track Twisted landed on Spotify’s New Music Friday Europe with tastemaker support from Wonderland Magazine, Hotpress, and Celebmix. I would love to see this 22 year old have more U.S. presence. Give it a st...
Tags: Spotify, Europe, Music, Playlists, Marina Kaye, New Music Friday, Indie Invaders, Marina Kaye The Whole 9, Wonderland Magazine Hotpress


Rose Petal Love

Baby-making tunes for you and yours Snoh Aalegra, Summer Walker, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Trey Songz and more.
Tags: Jazz, Trey Songz, Playlists, Ty Dolla $ign, Wale, Snoh Aalegra, PartyNextDoor, Arin Ray, Summer Walker


Weekly Dope: Tame Impala, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, Tink & More

A collection of our favorite songs of the week.
Tags: Tame Impala, Jazz, Tink, Playlists, Anderson .paak, 2dope, Weekly Dope, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie


The 27-song playlist that Lou Reed made just before he died

The UK's Far Out Magazine has posted the playlists of 27 songs that Lou Reed was listening to when he died in 2013 of liver disease. Reed continually kept his finger on the pulse of contemporary and popular music. Taking a hands-on approach to the developing technology around him, Reed controlled his own Spotify account which hosted several different playlists of songs he liked from the radio, or, alternatively, general songs he was listening to at that time. Entitled ‘What I’m listening to’, Re...
Tags: Post, Music, UK, News, Tom Waits, Lou Reed, Playlists, Roy Orbison, Reed, Rock N Roll, Far Out Magazine, Nicki Minaj Robyn, Danny Norton


Okay Kaya’s Valentine’s Day Playlist for COOL HUNTING

"I wanna tickle that little part of the back of people’s brains," the Norwegian musician tells us “Making a playlist for someone is a big deal to me,” Norwegian singer/songwriter Okay Kaya (aka Kaya Wilkins) says, when discussing the Valentine’s Day playlist she crafted for us. “I wanna tickle that little part of the back of people’s brains.” But ultimately, she says the question “Will …
Tags: Music, Design, Disco, Pop, Culture, Indie, Playlists, Folk, Songwriters, Singers, Valentines Day, Kaya, Okay Kaya, Kaya Wilkins


Spotify now credits songwriters with their very own page

Spotify have launched a brand new page for songwriters where all their music contributions can be found. Spotify have launched a new page to bring together all the listed work of the sometimes under represented songwriters. The new beta gives songwriters a way to share the songs they’ve written and reach new audiences with their involvement with other artists. Back in 2018 Spotify added extra credits to music so that all the people involved with making a track got the credit they deserv...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Streaming, Writers, Playlists, Digital Music News, Songwriters, Songwriting, Credits, Singer Songwriter


How Pandora stacks up against the competition in 2020

5-10 years ago Pandora was the go to option for those after a unique radio experience. With Spotify, Apple Music and YouTube growing massively in the last five years, is Pandora still a viable options for music listeners? What makes Pandora unique and can they survive in 2020? Pandora has three pricing structures. FreePandora Plus – $4.99 / monthPandora Premium $9.99 / month Free and premium options are very similar in features to most other streaming services. With premium offeri...
Tags: Spotify, Family, Music, Podcasts, Free, Youtube, Software, Competition, Pandora, Radio, 2020, Student, Unique, Offline, Playlists, Streaming Service


Weekly Dope: Royce 5’9, Benny the Butcher, D Smoke, iyla & More

A collection of our favorite songs of the week.
Tags: Jazz, Playlists, Royce, 2dope, Royce Da 5'9, Weekly Dope, Benny the Butcher, Iyla, D Smoke


Stream: Greatest Hits … This Week (Vol. 141)

Buzz Bands LA’s Saturday delivery has arrived — here is Greatest Hits … This Week (Vol. 141), featuring new tunes from Karmic, Moses Sumney, Poolside, Film School, Marlana, Jane Holiday, the Black Watch, Pablo Dylan, CMON and more. You know the drill: Press play below, and find out more info on the artists beneath the player. Poolside, “Around the Sun” Film School, “Is This Is a Hotel?” The Black Watch, “Brilliant Failures” CMON, “Zoo” Karmic, “Living Off Love” Jane Holiday, “All Yours” Marla...
Tags: Music, Featured, Playlists, Playlist, Greatest Hits, Local Music, Greatest Hits ... This Week, Los Angeles music, LA scene, Right Pablo Dylan Burial


Spotify and streaming services are breaking cultural music on a worldwide stage

Music streaming is having a major effect on spreading the music of countries and cultures and making them popular around the globe. Spotify recently published a report on how major Latin music has been on their platform in recent years and the part they’ve been playing in its worldwide reach. It speaks to the wider power of streaming services and the internet at large to make local culture a global phenomenon. Spotify have put nine rising artists in Latin Music to the forefront of their...
Tags: Spotify, Europe, Music, US, Music Streaming, Latin Music, Streaming, Comment, Popularity, Playlists, Break, Digital Music News, Latin, Macarena, Latino, Viva Latino


UK’s Firewoodisland Sets Fire With Single Sprinter

Look out for the indie-folk duo Firewoodisland. The UK act just released the catchy Sprinter and have rallied up support from tastemakers like Ear Milk and BBC Radio​. Citing ​Bon Iver​ and Of Monsters and Men​ as influences, they have racked up over 5 million Spotify plays with support from playlists. The indie band market is oversaturated with too many bands trying to do the same thing but something is different with this duo. I don’t know, maybe it’s the songs or visuals, but it’s something...
Tags: Spotify, Music, UK, Playlists, Firewoodisland, Indie Invaders, Firewoodisland Sprinter, BBC Radio Citing Bon Iver


Weekly Dope: Lil Wayne, Gang Starr, Yo Gotti, Key Glock & More

A collection of our favorite songs of the week.
Tags: Jazz, Lil Wayne, Playlists, Redman, Method Man, 2dope, Weekly Dope, Gang Starr, Key Glock, Lil Wayne Gang Starr Yo Gotti Key Glock


Stream: Greatest Hits … This Week (Vol. 140)

Stopping by your inbox on a sunny weekend in Los Angeles: Here’s Buzz Bands LA’s latest playlist, Greatest Hits … This Week (Vol. 140), featuring music from Dear Boy, Trapdoor Social, Alicia Blue, the New Division, J. Laser, Mayer Hawthorne, Ethan Gruska, Dustbowl Revival, Greer, CAPYAC and a bunch more. Find links to more info on the artists beneath the player, and catch up on all of Buzz Bands LA’s playlists here. Dear Boy, “The Nominee” J. Laser, “Sunshine” Trapdoor Social, “Whispers” Alic...
Tags: Music, Featured, California, Los Angeles, Playlists, Playlist, Greatest Hits, Buzz Bands La, Mayer Hawthorne, Greatest Hits ... This Week, Los Angeles music, Nicole Kiki Jaffe, LA scene, New Division Lost Life Riki Earth Song, Kumi Greer


Spotify are getting rid of Artist’s listener count in their Discovered On section

Unfortunately Spotify have confirmed that they are getting rid of listener counts for the playlists where artists were discovered. Spotify have confirmed that they’re getting rid of how many listeners have streamed artists in the playlists they’re featured in. The feature gave an insight into the power of playlists by showing the streaming discoveries in each artist’s ‘Discovered On’ section. CzechFencer said on Spotify’s forum that after they updated their Spotify client on Mac OS they...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Streams, Discovery, Artists, Music Streaming, Playlists, Artist, Discover, Digital Music News, Playlist, Ivan, Listeners, Discovered On, Listener Count


Weekly Dope: Lion Babe, Reason, Future, Lil Baby & More

A collection of our favorite songs of the week.
Tags: Future, Jazz, Lion Babe, Playlists, Marlo, Reason, 2dope, Weekly Dope, Lil Baby, Iyla


Pandora now shows artists the playlists and stations their music is placed

Pandora are making it simple for artists to see all of the places that their music has been featured on Pandora by their team. Pandora have added the ‘Programming Placements’ module into their AMP platform for artists. Found inside the Insights tab, the new section shows artists all of the playlists and stations where Pandora’s team of curators have selected their music to be promoted and placed in. The top of the new section features a search bar where artists can look for specific tra...
Tags: Music, Pandora, Artists, Streaming, Station, AMP, Playlists, Stations, Promotion, Digital Music News, Playlist, Placement, Genome Project, Programming Placements


Spotify look at adding ‘Stories’ for playlists

Spotify might follow in the steps of Instagram and YouTube  by letting influencers add video clips to their playlists. Spotify are testing a feature that lets users add a short video clip to their playlists. They work the same as social media Stories so that listeners can simply tap the playlist picture to watch the clip promoting the playlist and its latest tracks. The icon at the top of the playlist shows a small circular animated preview of the story to let you know it’s there. The f...
Tags: Spotify, Video, Music, Instagram, Social Media, Story, Discovery, Testing, Stories, Clips, Test, Promo, Playlists, Discover, Promotion, Digital Music News


How do I submit my music to Spotify playlists for free?

We make it free and simple to get your music onto Spotify and here’s how you can send your music to their playlist makers when you upload with RouteNote. Spotify’s massive playlists are trend setters across the world. Many artists have broken into the big time after featuring in one of the hundreds of major playlists on Spotify with millions of new listeners tuning in to their music. It’s a great way to get more streams, earn new fans and get your music out there. Here’s our simple guid...
Tags: Spotify, Feature, Music, Free, Artists, Indie, Playlists, Independent, Playlist, Influencers, Submit, Upload, Consideration, Get Heard, Spotify Analytics, How To / Support / FAQs


Weekly Dope: Mac Miller, Dreamville, Eminem, Mick Jenkins & More

A collection of our favorite tracks of the week.
Tags: Eminem, Jazz, Playlists, Mac Miller, 2dope, Weekly Dope, Mac Miller Dreamville Eminem Mick Jenkins


Stream: Greatest Hits … This Week (Vol. 139)

Here’s Buzz Bands LA’s latest playlist — Greatest Hits … This Week (Vol. 139), featuring music from Cuffed Up, Best Coast, Thundercat, Jonathan Wilson, Moaning, Somme, Little Dume, Kid Nobody, Marion Belle and a bunch more from in and around the Los Angeles scene. Enjoy it with whatever you’re doing smack dab in the middle of this holiday weekend. And find more info on the artists via the links below the player. Find all of our playlists by following us on Spotify. Cuffed Up, “French Exit” Mo...
Tags: Music, Featured, Jonathan Wilson, Los Angeles, Playlists, Greatest Hits, Buzz Bands La, Local Music, Marion Belle, Greatest Hits ... This Week, Los Angeles music, LA scene, Mapache Life on Fire Glen Parks Dogs Little Dume


Find the perfect Spotify playlist for you and your pets

Spending time with your beloved animals can have the perfect soundtrack made just for you from Spotify. After a bit of research Spotify found that pet owners love playing music to their companions. In fact, they found that 71% of pet owners play music to their pets and 80% believe that their pets enjoy music – so why not jam out with them? Well that’s exactly what Spotify thought, and so they made a new, unique experience for creating playlists tailored to you and your animal friends. O...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Cats, Pets, Fun, Birds, Music Streaming, Playlists, Playlist, Hamsters, Playlisting, Iguanas, Spotify Music


Stream: Greatest Hits … This Week (Vol. 138)

Welcome to Buzz Bands LA’s first playlist of 2020 — Greatest Hits … This Week (Vol. 138) — in which we share a few mid- and late-December releases along with the first rush of music to worm its way into our ears in the new year. Included are new songs from Ethan Gruska (feat. Phoebe Bridgers), Other Lives, Cuesta Loeb, Moses Sumney, Pacific Radio, NoMBe, Grouplove, NO WIN and Echosmith, along with recent tracks from Boy Willows, Emotional Oranges and Annika Rose. Get introduced to artists such a...
Tags: Music, Featured, Uncategorized, Playlists, Playlist, Greatest Hits, Buzz Bands La, Echosmith, Local Music, Eric Davis, Greatest Hits ... This Week, Ethan Gruska, Los Angeles music, LA scene, Annika Rose, Annika Rose Get


Create a ‘Living Playlist’ for Your Kids

Maybe it starts with the song that was playing when your baby was born. Or the one that would always put them to sleep. The first song they really danced to, their little toddler butt bouncing to the groove, in that jerky way that all toddlers dance. Read more...
Tags: Family, Music, Lifehacks, Playlists


All of Spotify for Artists’ new features and updates from 2019

Spotify’s artist data and analytics platform is an amazing resource to track fans and streaming performance. It expanded a lot in 2019. Spotify for Artists is the name of music streaming giant Spotify’s platform tailored for labels, managers and artists themselves. It presents real-time data on music performance, offers customisation options for artist profiles and much more as a hub for people with music on Spotify to view and control their streaming journey. 2019 saw the platform grow...
Tags: Updates, Facebook, Spotify, Music, New York, La, Atlanta, Georgia, Features, Artists, Elton John, Nashville, Tracking, Team, Recap, Janelle Monae


Popular With Us 2019: Buzz Bands LA’s Favorite 101 Songs of the Year

One thing you can say about the 2019 edition of Buzz Bands LA’s Favorite 101 Songs of the Year: There’s a lot more where these came from. As is our habit this time of year, we began with a folder of more than 250 songs — most of which we wrote about on this site and/or played on our radio shows — and whittled it down to six hours of music that reps the L.A. independent scene we try to cover. The playlist is arranged in reverse order, from song No. 101 to No. 1. So count it down. Spread it around...
Tags: Music, Featured, Playlists, Buzz Bands La, The Year In Lists, Popular With Us 2019, FAvorite songs of the Year, Songs Of The Year


Amazon Music are the 2020 BRIT Awards official digital partner

The BRIT Awards have ended a years-long partnership with Google to team up with Amazon Music for next years award ceremony. The UK’s music awards ceremony, the BRIT Awards, have announced their new digital music partner. Amazon Music will be the official partners for the awards in 2020, hosting the live performances from the awards and being home to the official playlists based on the BRIT Awards and their past ceremonies. Google have been their official partner for years now. They fir...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Music, UK, Youtube, Brit awards, Playlists, Brits, Amazon Music, Youtube Music, Digital Music News, Awards Ceremony, Brit School, The Brit Trust, The BRIT School



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