• Magnús Gunnarsson

How To Hack the Spotify Algorithm in 2021?


Amid many artists out there, it might be difficult for you to stand out and be noticed on Spotify. You can share your music on different social media platforms, such as Facebook and Instagram, or directly reach interested people. But by hacking Spotify algorithm, you can get more listeners and streams ready to listen to your music.


Though there are various ways, the best suitable way is to get pre-saves and ensure that many people listen to your music on the first day of its release for at least longer than 30 seconds. There are various websites where you can submit your music to the appropriate playlist and radio. These sites can pitch your music to Spotify playlists of regular people, not editorial ones.


Here are some of the websites that I recommend:


#1. DailyPlaylists

DailyPlaylists is a free platform centered around Spotify where you can submit music to independent playlist curators.



#2. SoundPlate

Though you can submit your music on SoundPlate for free, it doesn’t guarantee if your music will be approved. You can independently choose the genre and playlists where you want your music to be.




#3. SubmitHub

SubmitHub is designed to connect musicians and curators. You can submit your music paying either premium fees or standard fees. Although the standard is free, premium fees range between $6 to $80, depending on the number of credits you want.




#4. Playlist Push

When you submit a song on Playlist Push, it is sent to curators and influencers who judge and accordingly conduct the campaign for you. The pricing varies between $300 to $1000+.



#5. SongRocket

SongRocket allows you to pitch your music as an individual, management, label, or PR agency to curators. Its pricing starts from $6, depending on the genre and amount of audience you choose.




#6. SoundCampaign

SoundCampaign lets independent Spotify curators consider your music suitable for adding to the playlist. Though setting up a campaign is free, you need to pay a one-time fee of $50 when your music is successfully added.




Conclusion

As there are various helpful websites, some may provide fake playlists or give guarantee placement that is against the rules of Spotify. So, you need to be careful and focused regarding the sites you are using to break the Spotify algorithm.


If you want to learn about the best way to hack the Spotify algorithm in 2021 and want to learn more about how each website works, please watch my Youtube video:



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