Spotify for Artists rolled out this week in nine new languages, including Arabic, in order to support all artists across the world so they can have access to data and tools that help them build their fan bases and grow their careers.
The update comes after the language additions made in December 2021. With 26 different languages now available, artists can take control of their Spotify presence in the language they know best.
Artists should start seeing Spotify for Artists in their preferred language automatically. If not, they will simply select their language from the globe menu to start expressing themselves, understanding their performance, and promoting themselves to a global audience in their language.
If an artist does not have a Spotify for Artists account yet, here’s how they can get the most from the translated versions.
They have to claim their artist profile then set up their profile and personalise it with images, their bio, and their Artist Pick.
They can also pitch an upcoming, unreleased song to Spotify’s playlist editors with the playlist pitching tool. The artists then get to know their fanbase and how their music is resonating by checking out the stats in the dashboard. Spotify for Artists helps artists develop the fanbase they need.