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When I go around finding music, I find something I want to listen, but when I find a song that does not say "Explicit" I click on that track and then I hear a bunch of potty language. You need to get some more music with clean lyrics and please have a team to go over those tracks that have foul language that does not have the "Explicit" label on the side. So far I have found 3 songs with the f and s word, but are not labeled "Explicit" Finding the right stuff to listen to is causing confusion when you don't give a listen to any of the songs,. Please review the songs and when you hear the foul language label it as "Explicit" and then try to find edited versions those tracks.
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These are meta data labelling issues, Spotify makes available the content that is sent to them by labels and media aggregate services as is. Spotify can't change this type of information without the content first being sent updated to Spotify with the correct meta data from these sources.
If you are coming across music not labelled correctly with the Explicit meta data tag, Spotify users can report these by following the information below:
If you've seen either
- a track, album, or artist in our catalogue with incorrect information (i.e. wrong release year, misspelling, etc.)
- different artists in the same Artist Page
- incorrect cover arts
- incorrect artists biography
- a track or album that isn't playing correctly (i.e. a song only playing one second of music)
Then you can report the error using the Contact Form. Once there, perform the following steps:
Step 1: Click on "I want to report a broken song or wrong song information".
Step 2: Click on the Green Button that reads "I STILL NEED HELP".
Step 3: Copy and Paste the track URI links to the songs into the field that reads "Song URI".
Step 4: Type up a description of the track issues in the "Tell us more" field.
Step 5: Click on the green button "SEND QUESTION".
Be sure to include all Spotify URI's in the body of the message!
After contacting Customer Support, you should receive an automated response from Spotify. The tracks will then be aggregated and reported to the content provider. Customer Support will update their database with the correct information as soon as the label or aggregator has sent Spotify an update with the correct data.