If you have only recently signed to them then it may take a few weeks for your music to be delivered to Spotify.Don’t worry, you can still get your music on Spotify.We have deals in place with many companies who can deliver your music to us.
All of the music on Spotify is delivered by labels and distributors. This is to ensure that all of the music on Spotify is fully licensed and prevents illegal or unlicensed music from being uploaded by 3rd parties.
Spotify likely already has a deal with your label or distributor.
All you need to do to get your music on Spotify is ask them to make your music available on Spotify.
Add millions of users to the mix, and there must be some pretty hot servers over at the streaming service.
And, for the next week, the Apple Music is also hosting an exclusive collaboration mixtape between big hip-hop stars Drake and Future.
So those are a couple of choices to hold you over while you wait for that new music fix.
We have deals in place with most labels around the world and a wide range of digital distributors and aggregators.
Millions of listeners who rely on the company’s recently-added, and highly popular Discover Weekly feature — which uses a specialized algorithm to put together a playlist of new and exciting music for subscribers every Monday morning — are still waiting for their new updated playlist.
Spotify claims it has fixed the bug that caused the playlists to remain stagnant, and all users should have a new batch of songs tomorrow morning at the latest, according to Spotify spokespeople who spoke with Business Insider.
The Discover Weekly feature is one of the most popular Spotify-exclusive playlists which, alongside its Running feature, aids in the company’s ongoing battle with Apple Music to be the best at personalizing users’ individual music experiences.
In the race to amass the most from the large bank of users still not paying for a streaming service, one of the key elements is curation: i.e. biggest strengths has been its ability to accurately predict music that members will enjoy — a feat that probably requires quite a bit of back-end engineering, along with highly trained curators.