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Loop Solitaire will help you grow your playlists and start being your own curator instead of continuing chasing other curators for placements.

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Instead of relying on others’ playlists with expensive playlist placements that will just empty your pocket and give you zero fans, why don’t you just start your own playlists? 
By creating your own playlists you’ll be able to reach new fans interested in your genre in a new immersive way, as well as help other musicians like you.
That’s a little secret that no other agency is going to reveal to you, and our job will be to help you conceptualize your brand (together with our graphic designers), grow a fanbase and even monetize your playlists.

You might think that after you created a playlist, you’re done, followers will come by themselves. Or that you will just share on a subreddit your playlist with random music and a couple of your songs on it and get viral. As Depeche Mode would say, that’s WRONG.
If you want to create a playlist around your music you need first of all to put music that you really like and that you think other people might like as well. 
You should see playlists like a brand by itself and, if you want to go deeper, create different themes so that your followers can listen to more of your playlist. 
If you create an engaging playlist, people will listen more frequently to them and that will make your personal streams grow steadily and reach a new following. 
But there are different rules to follow: for example, playlist shouldn’t be too long nor too short, and after you created the perfect playlist you’re just halfway through. 
If you don’t know how to conceptualize your playlist our graphic designers will help you capture the vibes you want to convey to your audience.  After that, it is time to reach some followers, and the best way to do it is through Facebook and Instagram Ads. 
Loop Solitaire will help you grow your playlists and start being your own curator instead of continuing chasing other curators for placements.