Cracking the Code: How to Get Your Music on Our Top Playlists


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Tips & Tricks

Here are five things an artist can do to be ready to be heard by a playlist curator:

  1. Make sure your music is high quality and professionally produced. Playlist curators are looking for well-produced music that will appeal to their audience, so make sure your tracks are well mixed and mastered.

  2. Build a strong online presence. You'll want to have an active presence on social media platforms and music streaming services, as playlist curators will often check out an artist's online presence before adding their music to a playlist.

  3. Engage with your fans and build a following. Playlist curators are looking for artists who have a strong fan base and a track record of engaging with their audience, so make sure you're regularly engaging with your fans through social media and live performances.

  4. Research the playlists you're interested in and pitch your music strategically. Look for playlists that feature music in your genre and target a similar audience, and make sure your pitch is personalized to the curator's specific interests and preferences.

  5. Be patient and persistent. Getting your music onto a playlist can take time and requires persistence, so don't get discouraged if you don't see immediate results. Keep honing your craft, building your fan base, and pitching your music to curators, and you'll increase your chances of getting noticed.

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