Getting Ready for Release Day: The Optimal Approach to Launching Your Music

Successful men often delve into music production as a means of exploring their creative passions beyond their primary careers. Music offers a unique avenue for self-expression and emotional release, allowing successful individuals to connect with their innermost thoughts and feelings on a deeper level. 

For some successful men, producing music represents an opportunity to leave a lasting legacy beyond their professional achievements, leaving behind a piece of art that can touch the lives of others and be remembered for generations to come.

This is where professional music promotion services come up to provide support for musicians and drive streams on Spotify, Apple Music, Soundcloud, or any other popular platforms. 

Do It All Or None At All: Going About Releasing Your Music

Whether it’s your first or you’ve been in the game for a long time, we understand the pressure that comes when you’re about to release your music to the world.

You’ve poured your heart and soul into the tracks and you’re hoping that your release will contribute to growing your music career and getting the recognition it deserves.

Of course, releasing music can be as easy as it sounds. Just a few clicks and it’s out there. However, planning your music release and taking a few additional steps can make a huge difference in setting you up for success.

Factors such as generating anticipation, coordinating marketing efforts, aligning with your goals, reaching your target audience, and optimizing resources are all things you can consider to maximize your release potential. 

With that, here are a few tips you can take away for your upcoming releases. We hope to see your music out there!

Pitch And Get Your Songs Listed On Curated Playlists

Spotify has an editorial team that consists of playlist curators intended for artist discoverability. If successful, you have the chance to have your music visible to the whole world.

You could say that you would be on the global stage! In other words, not only will your song grow countless play counts, your exposure as an artist would tremendously grow too. Listeners that enjoy your style of music are likely to dive deeper into your profile and explore your other music.

However, there are a few things you should keep in mind during the process. Firstly, there are tons of other artists out there fighting for that spot in the playlist. Be sure to pitch a song for consideration at least seven days before your intended release date.

You’ll also have to include certain info about your song but just follow the steps therein and you’ll be fine. Just know that the more info you include, the higher the chance your music will be selected. 

You will also only be able to pitch one song at a time. If selected, it will be eligible to be on the discovery playlist for up to 28 days. Hence, if you’re releasing an album or an EP, be sure to pick out and pitch what you think the best song is!

Include Engaging Visual Experiences: Utilizing Spotify’s Canvas

On top of providing an exciting listening experience. You could incorporate some visual elements to your tracks. It may not seem all that important, but it is a tool for engagement and it contributes to retaining your listeners for a little more time to give your music a chance. 

Spotify also allows users to share music on other social media platforms such as Instagram and Snapchat. This would include your song name, cover art, as well as the Canvas looping in the background.

Interesting visuals incorporated alone could contribute to making users want to share your songs. In fact, Canvases made with good quality have proven to increase track streams, shares, as well as saves on average.

Additionally, think of it beyond Spotify itself. You could better express your music with this and users would be able to see and have an understanding of what you were trying to achieve with your songs.

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