Spotify announced the completion of a beta program that allowed artists to personally upload their work to a streaming platform. New downloads will be discontinued from the end of July.
The download was absolutely free for those artists who had access to Spotify for Artists. They were not charged any fees or commissions. Initially, this opportunity was received by artists only by invitation, but since September the program has expanded considerably.
Spotify announced the completion of a beta program that allowed artists to personally upload their music to a streaming platform without the need to use a traditional distributor or a third-party company (like Distrokid or Tunecore). New downloads will be discontinued from the end of July. According to the latest statement, Spotify, now there is an emphasis on Spotify for Artists. Also, streaming platform makes great bets on podcasts.
Prices from third-party distributors vary. For example, CD Baby costs $ 9.95 for a single and $ 49 for an album, and DistroKid costs $ 19.99 for downloading an unlimited number of albums and songs for a year.
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