Spotify playlist curators you can submit your music to for free
Ever wondered if there are playlist curators you can submit to for free instead of spending money on paid promotions? I have good news for you. There are a few options out there and I will list them here (plus one bonus paid option).
Playlist curators you can submit your music to for free
1. This Light
Yes, this website. It’s completely free (it’s not payola and there’s no upgrade to paid). All I request is some follows back (which is explicit on the music submission page). The process is uncomplicated and you can submit your music in less than a minute. To submit a song, visit our Submit Music page. Some of my Spotify playlists also have equivalents on my Youtube channel.
2. Daily Playlists
Daily Playlists makes submitting a song really easy and the service is free. Several of my playlists are there too.
Another free service, Indiemono’s submission is a bit more complicated than DP’s, but it is still convenient enough.
They have free and paid versions of submissions, but their influencers cover more than just Spotify. You can create multiple campaigns for a single song and, on the free version, you can submit to two channels at once, a few times a day.
Paid alternative for music submission
You can also have reviews of your music on One Submit, where you pay a small fee for a guaranteed review of your song and potential inclusion of your track in a playlist. This is not payola, and there is no guarantee of playlist inclusion, as you can read in the rules at the bottom of their homepage. Sometimes, more important than having your song included in a playlist is getting feedback about the quality of your production.
From chill to tropical house, from lofi to EDM, from rock to metal, there are many Spotify playlisters you can submit your music to for free, and I hope the list above can help you get your music featured in some hot playlists.