Yes! You can do collaborations at both the album level and the track level with DistroKid.
Album Level Collaboration
If you have an album with multiple main artists, you can list them in the "Artist/band name" section of the upload form using an ampersand "&", an "X", or the word "and" to indicate a collaboration. You can also use commas for collaborations of three people. For example, for a collaboration between Moore Kismet, Pauline Herr, and Rezz you could input any of the following to indicate them all as main artists for the whole album:
Moore Kismet, Pauline Herr & Rezz
Moore Kismet x Pauline Herr x Rezz
Moore Kismet, Pauline Herr, and Rezz
It will look something like this on the upload form:
Note: If you are uploading a single, you must add your collaborators at the album level, and not at the track level. Additionally, note that collaborations at the album level take up an artist slot, even if one of the artists is already being used on your account. If you need more artist slots, you can upgrade your account.
Track Level Collaboration
If you just have individual songs on your release that have multiple primary artists, you can list those collaborators in the individual song by clicking the "Add Featured Artist" button in the songs settings.
Under "Song Title" you will see a button that says "Add Featured Artist". Click this, and it will open a menu where you can input information about the collaborating artist. For each additional artist, you can select and input their:
- Artist Name
- Role (Featured Artist, Remixer, Primary Artist)
Note (same as above!): If you are releasing a single, all primary artist collaborators must be listed at the album level. Track level primary artists are only available on multi-track releases.