Distributing your songs on streaming services like Spotify may not be enough to reach a wider audience as an independent recording artist, using playlist pitching services can help to reach a bigger audience and build your following on these platforms.
Here are the 6 most trustworthy playlist pitching providers I came across.
DaimoonMedia offers playlist pitching services for your Spotify releases by promoting a song of your choice to a certain amount of followers. This site makes the most professional impression and if I would choose to use one of these providers, I would probably use DaimoonMedia.
The smallest campaign starts at $50 by promoting your song to 25.000 followers and potential curators. The most expensive campaign costs $700 by pushing it to 500.000 people.
Visit the site: https://daimoon.media
PlaylistPush got a database of more than 500 playlist curators to pitch music to. What I like about PlayListPush is, you can be sure your music gets pitched to and reviewed by actual playlist owners.
The smallest campaign starts at $150, the most expensive campaign is available for more than $5.000.
PlayListPush doesn’t offer insight on how many curators you can reach with their tiers but none the less; it seems worth a shot.
Visit the site: https://playlistpush.com
PlayListPump is a playlist pitching service that doesn’t work on a campaign basis, you can book an appointment on their site so they can better understand who you are and if it’s possible to market you as an artist inside the streaming industry.
This is a provider who doesn’t work with anyone, and I assume they want to make sure your music is “marketable” which is a plus for me.
“We work with so many curators that we stopped keeping count.” I.e., there’s no information on how big their network is.
Visit the site: http://playlistpump.com
Bloopul offers playlist placements on their curated playlists on Spotify starting at £32 – £98 per week. They accept the following genres:
I could only find one playlist of this provider on Spotify (18.000 followers) I assume their other playlists are on different accounts, which is not ideal and doesn’t build trust.
Visit the site: https://bloopul.com
PlayListPitching does exactly what DaimoonMedia does; they pitch your music to a certain amount of followers and playlist owners which eventually feature your song, the only difference is, their service is slightly more affordable.
Visit the site: https://playlistpitching.com
Broken8Records is a reasonably new site, at least it seems so.
They offer all kind of promotions for recording artists including music reviews, artist interviews and of course placement on their curated playlists on Spotify.
Pitching music on Spotify is not their primary service, but it seems like a trustworthy company.
Visit the site: https://www.broken8records.com
It is up to you if you want to spend money on playlist pitching services. If you already got a decent fanbase, exposure, and your music is up to par; it’s worth a shot. What I can say is a lot of people use these services, and serious artists that get placed will make their money back through their generated Spotify plays.
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