1. Sign up for a free Ditto Music account.
2. Upload your music, cover artwork, lyrics and release date to Napster.
3. Credit your music collaborators.
4. Grab your Pre-Save link and share it on your socials.
5. Check out detailed reports to understand your listeners.
110+ million songs are already available to stream on Napster, so you’ll be in great company when uploading your tracks with Ditto Music.
One of the biggest names in music streaming, Napster is used by music fans all across the world with their ad-free listening experience making it a go-to for passionate music fans.
You'll also have the option to upload your music videos to Napster and get even more eyes on your new releases. Promoting your music has never been easier.
Release unlimited music to hundreds of stores.
Keep 100% of your royalties & rights.
Access pre-save, royalty splits and lyric uploads.
Get in-depth insights into streams, sales & listener data.
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It’s pretty tricky to predict exactly how much you can make from your music streams on Napster, but things like the location of your fans and whether or not they're streaming your track from paid or free subscriptions will have an impact. Whatever you earn though, you'll always keep 100% with Ditto.
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Napster’s auto-play feature on their App Radio will recommend your tracks to fans listening to similar tracks, getting your music in front of new listeners and helping you reach new audiences.
They can. Fans can download your music to their mobile devices wherever they are and listen to them in ‘Offline Mode’.
Yes! Your music fanbase is able to easily share your tracks to their social media accounts via Napster by selecting the ‘Share’ icons attached to your specific track or album.