Before you start, make sure you have all the information about your release, as well as links to your social media profiles and websites ready.
Unless stated otherwise, you will need your first release to be live in stores before you can claim or edit your artist pages.
If you already have a release that's been live for a few days on Spotify, you can get instant access to your artist page via your Record Union account!
If you don't yet have a live release, you can claim your page directly with Spotify. You will need your artist URI, which you can get from the support team - just send them the UPC for your first release.
You can access Apple Music for Artists here.
This allows you to access the artist page on Apple in order to update the artist image, see analytics and more. You can begin the process with the link above.
Amazon Music for Artists allows you access to your artist page here.
You can go backstage at Deezer here to claim your artist page.
YouTube will create an Official Artist Channel for you which you can control like a regular YouTube Channel. However, in order to qualify for one of these, you need to have your own existing channel under the same artist name with at least 3 videos on it, as well as 3 releases from a distributor (like us). Once you have all of that in place, we can look to get you set up.
The remaining stores don't allow artists to access their own pages at present, but some of them allow you to send pictures or bios and links through your distributor. If you would like to do this then contact the support team.