How can I avoid being flagged for generic cover art?

Last updated on
November 15, 2023

To avoid being flagged for generic cover art, it's important to ensure that your cover art represents you as an artist and provides information about the release. Here are some tips:

  • Be Artist-Centric: Your cover art should reflect your unique artistic identity and style. It should visually communicate the essence of your music and the release.
  • Include Release Information: Make sure your cover art includes essential release information, such as the title of the release, artist name, and any other relevant details.
  • Avoid Picture-Only Tracks: Picture-only tracks without release information on the cover may be flagged as generic. Ensure that your cover art provides context and relates to the music.

If, for any reason, you are flagged for generic content, we may request you to verify your personal and artist profiles on various social media and streaming platforms before allowing you to distribute more music. This helps maintain the authenticity and quality of content on our platform.

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