If you're trying to get your music heard on Spotify, there's no better way than to get it scooped up by some of the platform's top algorithmic playlists.
Spotify’s unique algorithm automatically creates and frequently adds tracks to these playlists.These are all algorithm sourced playlists that update frequently and harbor great potential for success. If you're trying to get your music heard on Spotify, there's no better way than to get it scooped up by some of the platform's top algorithmic playlists.
There are 3 main playlists the algorithm can help you get featured on:
- Release Radar is updated every Friday with up to two hours of new songs and relevant tracks from artists that users have shown interest in on Spotify. If you’re someone who constantly drops new music or you’re worried about your fans missing your newest hit, getting featured on this playlist is the perfect way to keep your listeners up to date.
- Discover Weekly is updated with new music every Monday, with songs chosen according to the users own history and that of other users that like similar music. When your followers save your tracks to their own library, this generates even more features for you.
- Daily Mix are daily curated playlists that are based on different genres listeners have been into lately. The more styles of music a user listens to the more mixes Spotify will generate. Establishing yourself in your genre can really help you maintin a spot in your listeners Daily Mixes.
The more followers you have on Spotify, the more times someone saves your song to their queue, library, or playlists, the better your song’s chances of being added to either of these personalized playlists
This is why it’s crucial to get your fans to follow you on Spotify since your releases can be automatically added to your followers’ Discover Weekly and Release Radar playlists. The more followers you have, the more fans who’ll never miss out on your new tunes. The more people who enjoy a new release early on, the more Spotify will serve that music up on more algorithmic playlists.
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