July 9, 2024

12 Best Spotify Promotion Services in 2024 (Organic & Real)

12 Best Spotify Promotion Services in 2024 (Organic & Real)

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Your music is on Spotify, but no one is listening to it. You’ll need to get it on genuine organic playlists in order to be exposed to a new audience.

Choosing the best Spotify playlist submission service for your needs can be difficult, with many options to choose from. To help you make the right choice, we have compiled a list of the 12 best Spotify promotion services in 2024.

How do Spotify Music Submission Services Work?

Organic music submission services are working on a pay for consideration format. You are submitting your music for review by curators within your chosen music genre. Curators can be Spotify curators, TikTok influencers, music bloggers, YouTube music channel owners, or anyone who is the gatekeeper for a musical asset with followers or music listeners.

The 12 Best Spotify Promotion Companies

With so many options available, it can be difficult to choose the best Spotify playlist submission service for your needs. To help you make a wise choice, we have compiled a list of the 10 best services available today.

1. One Submit

One Submit is a music promotion service, funded in 2022 by Oren Sharon, a songwriter/producer who tried to promote his music but couldn’t find a proper service, so he decided to build a platform that would help artists promote their music easily and efficiently. 

You can upload your music to the platform and choose the right music genres for you. From there on, your music is sent to the right Spotify playlist curators, music blogs, YouTube channels, TikTok influencers (up to 4 million followers), labels, and online radio stations. For every music submission, you will receive a review from the curator; if they find your music fits their playlist, channel, or blog, they will add it. There’s a money bank guarantee for missed reviews. 


The platform is the most cost efficient platform currently on the market; single submissions start from $3 and campaigns start at $75 and could reach up to 25 playlist submissions for that amount, with the option to pay more for additional curators to listen to your music. We’ve seen other platforms charge more than 200% for the same service so that’s a fair pricing.  On average, prices are similar to those on Submithub, but without all the hassle of choosing the right curator. 

Campaigns can be delivered to at least 25 curators from around the world who will analyse your track, increasing your chances of being added to top Spotify playlists.  They also have a nice blog page with Spotify playlist submission tips. 

Overall, One Submit is our best choice for music promotion services. 

2.Tom Dupree III Agency

Tom DuPree III is a music marketer, musician, and producer.

Tom promotes independent music through paid social media marketing, and its agency specializes in using Facebook and Instagram ads to help musicians gain popularity.

Social support for music has proven to be very effective for many musicians.

In addition, he is ready to discuss details via Zoom call, so he can easily provide answers to all your questions.

Overall, the methods Tom uses to promote music are simple but very effective.

3.Starlight PR

Starlight PR is one of the leading PR marketing platforms in the world. They have a reputation for successfully managing social media, PR, and artist branding projects. The popular campaigns you might be interested: A dedicated PR team, radio and podcast interviews, magazine and blog targeting, and playlist placement are all elements of the four-week Next Level campaign.

Their services include organic TikTok growth, Spotify playlist submissions, Spotify marketing, and a dedicated PR team. Prices are starting from $1199 to $44,999.

The starter package includes press releases, live interviews, a dedicated PR team, and space for blogs and publications. They also served some customers you may know: Cardi B, Alessia, and Post Malone, but you should expect the prices to be fair.

4. Planetary Group

Planetary Group is an advertising service that helps artists promote their music through social media management, radio advertising, online advertising, and international music promotion. They are particularly proud of their methodology, which involves developing a unique strategy for each artist they work with. 

You have collaborated with top artists such as Katy Perry, Khaled, and many others. Still, Planetary Group is a service you should definitely consider if you’re looking for something that meets your specific needs. Like Starlight PR, campaign prices can be pricey.

5. Marble collective

The Marble Collective claims to be fair and bot-free, but is criticized for only focusing on Spotify playlists created separately across multiple profiles.The site is a completely independent music promotion and is more suitable for less pop genres.Current playlists on the site include rock, punk, folk, singer-songwriter, indie and alternative music. Submissions go directly to curator playlists like Submithub, so they don’t actually offer campaigns but rather music contributions. However, if you are eligible, this is a really honest and reliable approach to consider.

6. For The Love of Bands

For the Love of Bands is an independent music promotion company that curates playlists of all genres on Spotify, Apple, Deezer, YouTube, andSoundCloud. This site is unique in that it offers the ability to submit posts for free but requires you to purchase certain products, such as t-shirts, hoodies, or tank tops. This means you are guaranteed to receive a notification from the curator within 3 days. You can still send them music without having to buy merchandise, but you’ll be put on a waiting list and may have to wait a while to hear from them. You love music so much. Their playlists are unique and cover a wide range of genres; however, they tend to have more of a “band” feel. Simple freelance-style website.

7. Cyber PR

Cyber ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​PR is a friendly media agency offering a range of services for independent artists. Offering artist website services, tuning, creating music biographies for artists, radio advertising campaigns, social media advertising campaigns, and more. Their service is ideal for artists who are just starting out. So if you need a “full tune,” this service might be of interest to you. They also help artists on social media by pointing them to relevant material that attracts more followers and helps increase awareness of the artist’s music.

8. Playlist Push

Playlist Push was established in 2017 and delivers Spotify promotion and TikTok music promotion using influencers.

Their prices are high; the campaigns range from several hundred dollars to up to four-digit amounts. If you have an extra budget for music promotion services and your track is of very high quality, they can help you get more playlist spots and more free streams.

9. MySphera

My Sphera claims on its website to offer “affordable, hassle-free advertising tailored to your music.
Campaigns have the minimum possible reach and last 21 to 30 days, depending on the plan you choose. If your music isn’t included in a Spotify playlist, all tiers offer a full refund. 

Most people seem to be respectful When you upload your song to MySphere, it will be listened to there and forwarded to the appropriate playlist curators. It is a very nice service to promote independent music.


SoundPlate, is a long-standing company that promotes electronic dance music and other mainstream music genres. They are offering multiple ways to promote music, tools and resources, music tickets, Ad campaigns, and more.  

They also work as a separate label. They offer advertising on social media, upload music to playlists, and are also a record label.

11.Behind the Curtains Media

Behind the Curtains Media is an independent music promotion company that essentially handles Spotify promotion, radio submissions, and blogs. They own a recording studio and are also offering free consultation calls for new artists, social media guidance, publicity, and artist management.

Their sweet spot, in my opinion, is medium-sized artists; if you’re just getting started, you probably shouldn’t spend top budgets, but if you want to go farther, they’re a great option to consider.

The cost varies based on your preferences, but they provide flexible monthly or pay-per-campaign options.


ReverbNation is known as an artist-focused digital distribution and music promotion service with a vast network that can provide artists and musicians with access to streaming platforms and social media sites. The website calculates the popularity of your music based on its availability, reach, influence, and recency (band equity). The website also serves as a music and social platform for musicians to interact and share their music, sell music, create electronic press kits, email contacts and create websites with free domains. If you want, you can also sell your music. This can be achieved by creating websites that allow others to share your content.

They offer both paid and free subscriptions, with the free option including unlimited music downloads, emails, in-app players, and various social marketing tactics.
The paid subscription offers additional features.

Final Words

Remember that the success of any music promotion depends on the quality of your music. If you are not 100% confident in your musical talent, don’t rush to promote your music. Make sure your social resources are ready and available, including your contacts,EPKs, and graphics for everyone. We hope this article helped you determine which music promotion service is best for you and what stage of your music career you are at. Contacting one of the music promotion companies discussed today is one of the best ways to do this.

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Bernard - Side-Line Staff Chief editor
Bernard Van Isacker is the Chief Editor of Side-Line Magazine. With a career spanning more than two decades, Van Isacker has established himself as a respected figure in the darkwave scene.

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