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Submitting Your Music to Blogs and Playlists

If you’re a music producer or artist, you know the importance of getting your music out there. From social media to streaming services and beyond, there are numerous ways to spread your sound and get it heard by new fans. One often-overlooked way to promote your work? Submitting to blogs and playlists. Here’s everything you need to know about submitting your music to these outlets so that you can expand your reach.

What Are Blogs & Playlists?

Let’s start with the basics. A blog is an online publication written by one or more authors who are seeking to share their thoughts, opinions, and experiences with readers. In the context of music promotion, a blog might be dedicated solely to music—featuring reviews, interviews, news stories, and more—or it might be a lifestyle blog that occasionally covers musical topics. 

Playlists are collections of songs grouped together for easy listening. They usually have a theme (e.g., “Summer Hits 2023”) or represent different moods (e.g., “Chill Vibes Only”). Many streaming services offer these playlists; some feature user-generated content while others feature editorial curation from experts within the industry.  

How To Find Blogs & Playlists To Submit To

The first step in submitting your music is finding places where you can do so! You can start by researching blogs that cover topics related to your genre or sound; many of them accept submissions from independent artists like yourself. When researching which blogs may be right for you, make sure they don’t charge submission fees—you should steer clear of any site that asks for payment before they listen to or post your track(s). 

When it comes to playlists, look for sites where users submit tracks themselves rather than relying solely on editorial curation—these types of sites will typically have more open submission policies than those with only expert curators at the helm! Additionally, consider searching for playlists on streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music; many times these services have public playlists that allow users like yourself to submit tracks for consideration directly in the app/website itself! 

Go Forth, Rebel Artist.

Submitting your music to blogs and playlists is an excellent way to promote yourself as an artist or producer —but it takes time, effort, and research! With this guide in hand, though, you now have all the tools necessary for success: use the tips here as a starting point for finding places where you can submit your work today! With determination and persistence (and maybe a bit of luck), soon enough you could find yourself featured on some top-notch websites! Best of luck!