Yes! You can make edits by visiting your album page, and clicking “Edit Release”. We’ll walk you through everything you can edit from there.
🚨Note: For information about rebranding or changing your artist name, please visit this article.
What types of edits can I make?
The types of edits you can make vary from song to song depending on your release and your plan level, but in general you can edit the following:
- Add or remove collaborators at the Album Level
- Album title
- Record label
- Release date
- Pre-order status and pre-order start date
- Album cover / Album Artwork
- Song titles
- Song version information
- Whether or not the lyrics are explicit
- Preview clip start time
- Delete the release from services
Are there things that I cannot edit?
The following things cannot be changed via a metadata update:
- Audio files (Including swapping out a Mixea Version)
- Track order / listing
- Release language
- Removing Album Extras
- Adding a Dolby Atmos Version of your release
- The language of the release
To change them, you will need to delete your release and re-upload a corrected version.
How Long do edit requests take?
Streaming services typically process these requests within a few days, but please be aware that metadata updates may take up to 1-2 weeks for changes to take place in all services.
Streaming services also do not allow you to upload, delete, and re-upload with different metadata (artist name, titles, etc.), and they are cracking down on this issue. Even if you have deleted a previous version and tried to re-upload with corrections, services will not allow multiple uploads with conflicting metadata.
If you need to remove your release from certain services, remove it from specific countries, edit the genre or subgenre or specify an artist as a remixer, drop us a line and we can assist.