Fairness Rocks News SPOTIFY DECIDES IT DOESN’T WANT TO BE A DISTRIBUTOR AFTER ALL


Fairness Rocks News SPOTIFY DECIDES IT DOESN’T WANT TO BE A DISTRIBUTOR AFTER ALL

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Author: TIM INGHAM

Date: July 1, 2019

Original Source: Music Business Worldwide

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SPOTIFY DECIDES IT DOESN’T WANT TO BE A DISTRIBUTOR AFTER ALL

Spotify got the music business chattering last year when it announced that it was enabling artists to upload their music direct to the platform.

This feature, initially made available to a few hundred acts via the Spotify for Artists dashboard, launched in Beta in September 2018. A month later, Spotify doubled down, revealing that it had acquired a stake in Distrokid, with a plan to allow artists to not only directly upload to Spotify via the platform, but an array of rival services like Apple Music and TIDAL, too.

Read more: https://www.musicbusinessworldwide.com/spotify-decides-it-doesnt-want-to-be-a-distributor-after-all/