Artists, Labels, Management

How to identify spot fake streams and playlists

1. The growth of a playlist If you see spikes and drops with a higher number of followers, this should indicate something is wrong with the list.
You need to spend five figures to get a playlist with 200k or more followers, or the list is at least a few years old.
2. Spikes and drops in the streams
3. Not triggering the Discovered Weekly playlist or any other algorithmic Spotify playlist.
4. Stay away from free submission portals where these kinds of lists are posted; in return, you need to follow the playlist.
5. Avoid guaranteed playlist placement packages advertised on Instagram or through email marketing; in the worst-case scenario, your track will be removed.

Never use any service without knowing who is behind the website or platform. Do some research and also look into the legal notice.

Stay focused on the growth of your fan base and music. You should not spend more time focusing on where you have been added and analyzing your stats daily.
That's why we're here: to pitch your song and get you back to work on your music career.

Here is an example how fake lists look like. We care! So we check every entry before approving. 

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