Short Read –
- Spotify just added its new feature, every songwriter can create their own page or playlist on Spotify.
- It describes a new way for fans, collaborators and industry partners to dive deeper into the creators behind their favorite songs.
- The songwriting pages will function in the same way as artist pages, and are meant to showcase all of a songwriter’s music, as well as their most frequent collaborators.
- The feature is still in beta, so Spotify is debuting the pages with top writers such as Meghan Trainor, Fraser T. Smith, Missy Elliott, Teddy Geiger, Ben Billions and Justin Tranter, among others.
- Songwriters can create own songwriting page on Spotify, the songwriters can apply to join the program by filling out an online form by clicking here : Songwriter Pages
Full Article –
Spotify just added its new feature, every songwriters can create their own page or playlist on Spotify. It describes a new way for fans, collaborators and industry partners to dive deeper into the creators behind their favorite songs.
Songwriters and producers credits were first added to the platform in 2018, the sort of information that went forgotten in the digital era as more focus was given to lead and featured artists.
How to access songwriter pages:
- Right-click on a track (or, if you’re on mobile, tap the “…” next to the track)
- Hit “Song Credits”
- Select a clickable songwriter’s name
- Every songwriter page includes a “Written By” playlist spanning that writer’s work. On their page, click or tap “Listen on Spotify” to check them out.
Jules Parker said, “Spotify is always working to create new and better ways to promote music discovery — for artists, for songs and, increasingly, for songwriters,”
“The launch of publicly visible songwriter credits on Spotify in 2018 was merely a first step. Together with the publishing industry, we’ve continued to evolve our data sharing and analytics efforts, and are proud to unveil this next iteration,” Parker added
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