Am about to upload a single with 4 tracks. So the release has 4 tracks. Each track is a remix (yes I'm the original artist with permission from myself). I want each remixer/artist to be featured, on THEIR remix track.
In Distrokid can only specify artist name once for the release. So I cant do it the "one track per release" way, by using & (and it detects that it's a collab = adding the track to each artists artist profile). So I can't do this (also, you are only aloud to use 3 artists, so wouldn't work anyway).
They have their information saying you can name it (feat. artist) and then [Artist Remix) in the title. But I really really suspect that the (feat.) will appear just like that in the title. And i really dont want that. I just want the title to be: "My Song (Artist Remix) and then have it connect to that artists profile/page.
Again, bare in mind. I cannot add them by using artist name. As i wrote, not doable here.
Seeing all remix EPs out there, with perfect titles and different artists connected to the different tracks (see screen shot!)... I know it's possible.
Anyone done this using Distrokid? or do you HAVE to beg them in advance to connect it manually to each artist profile?
Support gave me some sort of autoreply not really anwering my question. =(
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Hi! Thank you for your answer!
Just want to let people know (if anyone had the same question and finds this) that it worked out fine, it's out now and looks good. You are suppose to type exactly like this: Song Title - (Artist Remix) [feat Artist]
The feat will dissapear and just connect that artist to the song, it will show up as "appears on" on that artists profile... So it will not me the main artist for the song but a featured/remix-artist.
While it looks great on Spotify, it looks bad on Instagram music (it got exactly this "raw" formating, so... but Spotify was most important anyway).