Although a completely different album is played, it's never been a playlist. At first, I thought this may not be a significant difference, but I suspect there's a reason why it's always an album.
I looked at one of the albums that the hacker played, and it seems it was also by an artist from South America, but could be from another Spanish-speaking country. This leads me to believe it's the same hacker affecting Zeatrix.
I've also spotted some unusual data about all of these artists. They generally have over 50,000 monthly listeners and over 25,000 listeners in Dallas, but very few followers. Many of the artist pages are not verified either. When going into the "Fans Also Like" pages, I see these same artists. Many of them are also signed up to the record label Spinnup; I'd say at least 70%. It's an "open" record label, meaning virtually anyone can pay a monthly fee to distribute music across various platforms.
This may make me sound crazy, but could this be some sort of viral marketing tactic? Spinnup seems to be targeting Spotify more than other platforms according to its website. Maybe they're trying to artificially boost listener numbers for their artists?
To Jemi, I do appreciate your help and understand this may be a difficult issue, so I hope we can resolve this together.
This is happening to me too now. I also had the 2 other members of my Premium Family account kicked out. When I went to reinvite them, there was an invite pending to what looked like a spammy email address.
I can't reset or change my Spotify password. This is honestly embarassing.