How to put a song on Spotify
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Getting your music on Spotify and other music streaming services is not only easy but also free when you distribute through RouteNote.
Music distribution service RouteNote helps hundreds of thousands of artists share their music for free on streaming services around the world. RouteNote has been built from the ground up with independent artists in mind. We’ve made the process as simple as possible, so you can focus on the important part, making music. We distribute artists big and small to Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Amazon Music, YouTube Music, Deezer, TIDAL, YouTube Content ID, Facebook, Instagram, SoundCloud, TikTok and many more.
All that you need to do is head to RouteNote, sign up for a free account, then head to Create New Release, under the Distribution tab. From here, enter all of the metadata, upload the tracks and artwork, then choose the stores, streaming services and social media platform to distribute to. All that’s left to do is pick between Distribute Free and Distribute Premium. Free Distribution doesn’t cost a penny, while the artist keeps 85% of the revenue generated. Premium Distribution costs a small fee, while the artist keeps 100% of the revenue generated. Don’t worry, you can switch models at any point for any release with just a click. All features and stores are the same between tiers.
That’s it! Just leave the rest to us. Our moderation team will take a listen to your release to make sure everything’s in order, before approving and sending it on to our partner stores. Once your release is live and starts picking up streams and purchases, royalties will be paid into your RouteNote account. These can be securely deposited into a connected PayPal or bank account. Published monthly, statistics and earnings reports will show exactly how much each track has earned on each store. When you distribute using RouteNote, the artist always keep 100% of the rights to their music.
Head to RouteNote and sign up to start sharing your music to new listeners today.