amuse makes it easy to publish your music to Spotify and Apple Music to start earning money from your music today.
Written by amuse
You can only put your music on Spotify and Apple Music by using a music distributor (like amuse). We make it super easy for you to upload your music to Spotify, Apple Music, and other music streaming services like Amazon Music and YouTube, all you have to do is create your new release in our web uploader or mobile app, upload the track and cover art, and select which stores you want us to deliver it to.
Once you’ve uploaded your release, amuse will send your songs to Spotify, Apple Music, and any other major streaming platform and digital music store you want your music on. We deliver to all major streaming platforms, like Spotify, Tidal, Amazon Music, Deezer, Napster, Google Music, Shazam, and YouTube (+ more).
amuse lets you keep 100% of your rights and royalties, and never charge you to use our free music distribution platform. Whether you’re releasing a single, an EP, or a full-length album, the cost is always free.
After you submit your track via amuse, our team will do a quick check to make sure everything looks right. It usually takes us a few business days to review your release. We’ll then deliver your release straight to Apple Music and any other stores you selected.
It’s important to remember that your release needs to be delivered to the stores at least 7 business days before your release date for Apple Music.
Every time your song is streamed on Apple Music or another streaming service, the platform will pay out your royalties and put the money directly into your amuse account. It generally takes them 3 months from the time your song is streamed to pay the money out. Once the music stores pay out your royalties, we’ll collect them and update your balance in the app. You can then withdraw your money and we’ll deposit it into your bank account within 5 days.
Once your tracks are up on Apple Music, you can claim your artist profile using your Apple ID and password and get access to Apple Music For Artists. The platform gives you access to data like listener demographics, trends & milestones, sales data, and will help you discover which songs are getting shazamed or streamed the most and which playlists are delivering the most plays.
For Spotify, click here to learn how to claim your profile.