Get your music
It's no secret how significant playlist placements are in today's music world. When your track is added to a playlist, all the listeners of that playlist will get to listen to your song, thereby organically increasing the algorithm ranking of your track, streams, monthly listeners, and royalties.
CHOOSE SPOTIFY PLAYLIST(S) SIZE
If you want your campaign to start on the day of the release, you can purchase campaigns in advance at no additional costs.
We keep on pitching your track to playlists until it has achieved the total reach you paid for, or a (partly) refund will be transferred.
Because of the promotion activity, Spotify's algorithm can exponentially boost your track.
To be clear, we don’t sell streams. It is against Spotify rules to sell fake streams.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Eclipse Playlisting has built a large network of connections and relationships to help artists quickly and easily reach the ears of the playlist curators. We work with thousands of curators to ensure your music is heard and placed into active Spotify playlists.
After selecting your Playlist Pitching package, your music will enter the review process where we determine how to effectively fulfill your campaign. We analyze your music and then pitch it to the playlist curators. We aim for complete transparency with every client. Throughout the pitching process, you will receive updates on how your order is progressing.
On average, orders are completed within 1-week. When your music has been placed into enough playlists, reaching the follower guarantee on your package, we’ll email you the list of playlists you’ve been added into.
WHY ECLIPSE PLAYLISTING?
Success on playlists provides the raw data that many agencies and major labels look for when determining whom to sign next. High-profile playlist placements have often resulted in a record deal or publishing contract for today’s top artists.
If you aren’t getting the attention you deserve on Spotify we can help! Imagine if you’ve come across an artist who only has 4 followers and 154 plays would you spend your time listening to his or her songs?