How to take control of your artist page on Apple Music and iTunes

You can take charge of your artist profile on iTunes and Apple Music with Connect. Here’s how to get Connect-ed.

Before you can take charge of your artist profile on Apple services you will need to have music on them, which in case you didn’t know is our speciality at RouteNote. So before we get into the how, lets look at why you should:

Reach your audience.

Stand out and instantly create meaningful connections with an audience of music lovers. Share your content in Connect and listeners can see it along with a comprehensive view of your music and activity on your artist page.

Tell your story.

Whether you’re on the road, in the studio, or breaking into song on the sidewalk, you can share candid moments directly with your fans.

Spread the word.

You can point to anywhere on the web from Apple Music Connect. Did tickets for your next show just go on sale? Want to share a video of your latest track’s studio recording? Post a link on your Connect feed to let your fans know.

Share what you like.

Post about the album you’re loving right now, the tracks that inspire you, your workout mix, the perfect playlist for down time, or even give a shout out to a fellow artist’s new single. When you find something you love, you can easily spread the word to your fans.


Once your music is on Apple Music and/or the iTunes Store, you can request access to post as an artist on Connect. You will need to sign in with your Apple ID to get started. While anyone can view and play the content you upload to Connect, artists can only post to Connect from iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac.

Sign up or log in here: itunesconnect.apple.com

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