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Removing an album from the top of my Spotify homescreen

Hello. There is an album that I hate and try everything to avoid, yet Spotify thinks it's a good idea to put it right front and center at the top of my Spotify homescreen. The part I am talking about is the 2x3 grid at the top of the screen that says "Good morning" and stuff like that. It drives me nuts, I hate everything about this album, but nothing seems to work. I have marked the album as "Do not play", along with every song in it. I tried blocking the artist that made the album, which sucks because I like some of their other songs, and yet it's still there, taunting me. I see it on everything. This is driving me insane, and made me cry at one point. I just want it to go away. Help would be very, very, VERY appreciated.
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OK- unbelievably I have a solution (after making my way through three levels of Spotify support).

 

On this page: https://www.spotify.com/us/account/privacy/ opt to "Process my Facebook data". It turns out having this off can break whatever causes the top of the page to update.

 

Then make sure you listen to six albums or playlists that you actually would like to see at the top of your screen.

 

That section only updates a couple of times a day, so it can easily take 24 hours before you see results, but as you can see for me, Michelle Branch's rule of tyranny I already receding:

 

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I have this exact same problem. I _really_ hate Michelle Branch. If I have _ever_ listened to her on Spotify it was ironically and for a maximum of 30 seconds.

 

I've checked and I haven't "liked" any of her songs, I don't follow her, or her albums.

 

Honestly, Spotify should let us part ways - it's not fair on her and it's not fair on me 😛

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OK- unbelievably I have a solution (after making my way through three levels of Spotify support).

 

On this page: https://www.spotify.com/us/account/privacy/ opt to "Process my Facebook data". It turns out having this off can break whatever causes the top of the page to update.

 

Then make sure you listen to six albums or playlists that you actually would like to see at the top of your screen.

 

That section only updates a couple of times a day, so it can easily take 24 hours before you see results, but as you can see for me, Michelle Branch's rule of tyranny I already receding:

 

スクリーンショット 2022-11-18 9.45.20.png

 

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