DistroKid offers a number of ways to promote your music such as HyperFollow, Mini Videos, Meme Generators, Synced Lyrics and more! Your creativity is the only limit to your success in getting the word out about your music, but we love this article in Spotify’s blog for a guide to gaining an authentic following through their tools and resources. You can also find Anghami’s article on 5 tips to increase your streams through their different features.
Please keep in mind, engagement is more important than vanity metrics such as how many streams your song/album has. Growing your following organically through your own creative promotion will always serve you best in the long run.
Unfortunately, some marketing companies have convinced artists to pay for services that "guarantee" hundreds or even thousands of streams to inflate fans perception of an artists fame or success. These services are completely illegitimate, and often lead to a massive spike of streams, from a relatively small number of accounts/users that not only dilutes your true fanbase, but can also result in much more serious consequences.
Streaming services refer to using these types of stream-farming services as well as other disingenuous marketing services (such as paid playlist placements) as "streaming fraud" or "artificial streaming". When Spotify or other streaming services identify or are alerted to potential or confirmed cases of stream manipulation, they take action that may include the withholding of royalties, the correction of streaming numbers, and measures to ensure the artist or song’s popularity is accurately reflected in our charts.
Spotify (and other streaming services) reserve the right to remove manipulated content from their platform.
tl;dr - Use of any service offering to get you "guaranteed" streams might actually result in getting your music removed.