Spotify Streams

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✓ Buy cheap Spotify plays
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✓ Lifetime warranty on all streams
✓ You get royalties on these streams.
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🔝 What is the quality of these Spotify streams?

These are high quality secure streams. The streams come 100% from TIER 1 countries, that means: USA, CANADA, NETHERLANDS, GERMANY, SWEDEN etc. Listeners from these countries are more valuable to Spotify and give higher royalties. They are delivered in an completely organic way and will give your Spotify rankings a huge boost give! These streams are the best choice for domestic and foreign promotion!

The streams are delivered through an advanced system with multiple built-in protections. Complex estimates are made based on your current popularity, so that the streams are delivered in a completely safe way and provide  no risk for your account.

When buying streams, always go for a Slow delivery and rather buy a little less but of better quality.

What is the difference between the streams?

We provide 3 types of Spotify Streams: Regular, Premium and Dutch. Read here what the difference is:

👉 Regular streams

HQ streams from TIER 1 countries. The streams are 60 to 120 seconds long and are suitable for paying out Royalties. The streams are delivered in a secure organic manner and are  not the same as cheap streams from other websites. Delivery rate 2000-5000 per day.

👉 Premium Stream

Streams of better quality, this means that there are no free plays in between, but only premium Spotify users. The profiles are of even better quality and the playback time per stream is  higher. This gives these streams better royalties. Due to the longer playback time, these streams will also boost your rankings better than the regular streams. Delivery speed is about 500 streams per day.

👉 English Streams

Do you have a English target group and do you want appear and be seen more popular by English Fans? Do you want to promote your music within the England? Choose to buy Spotify streams UK as:

✅ You want more reach within your target audience

✅ You are serious and professional getting more fans

✅ Your target group is from the England

❌ Unfortunately, the delivery time for these streams is very slow, don’t pick this one if you want fast results

🥇 Are these streams safe to buy?

With each algorithmic update, the security is increased slightly, but workarounds are found within a few hours. Our streams are delivered in a way that is undetectable by Spotify as fake. It uses advanced Ai systems that deliver streams over a worldwide network.

In the system several protections are built in, if you order for some is considered risky by our system for any reason, we will stop the delivery. We will then contact you to set up a more secure delivery strategy.

You can safely assume that up to 10K streams per day on your tracks is completely safe, this number is higher if you already have many streams and followers on your Spotify channel.

🤔 How do I make sure it doesn’t look ‘fake’?

Are you concerned that your Spotify account may appear after buying likes? Here are some tips to avoid this:

  • Don’t buy the same number of streams for every track
  • If you add a lot of streams, increase the number followers.
  • Add also Spotify saves to make it look real (3-7% avg., 10% + for very good tracks)
  • Add a professional eye-catching profile picture
  • Avoid buying Streams from an unreliable source. Rather buy less, but do better quality.

🏆 Lifetime Warranty 🏆

We provide LIFETIME Warranty on all our Spotify products. Due to the advanced delivery system less than <1% of orders will cause the streams to drop. If streams are lost, we will always refill them for you!

How to Buy Spotify Streams

Whether you’re an established artist or just starting out with your first single, you can buy Spotify Streams from us that fit your needs. Buying Spotify Streams helps you get more new listeners to your music, who can follow you and become your fans. You immediately increase the popularity of your music and yourself as an artist. Songs on Spotify are ordered by the total number of times they’ve been played and the recent frequency of play. So you get immediate results!

Can you buy Spotify Streams?

The question should really be, can you buy Spotify plays to get the results you need? We are happy to say that you absolutely can with our help. All you have to do is order the Spotify Streams from us. It’s as simple as clicking and buying the number of plays you think is enough for your tracks. Our system provides Spotify Streams without any hassle or hassle. Give it a try!

What counts as a stream on Spotify?

Spotify has a lot of streaming rules, some of which are quite obvious and some of them much more behind the scenes. Spotify counts a stream as soon as a song has been listened to for 30 seconds. Streams will be counted after 30 seconds even if the song is on repeat, but will not be counted if Spotify is muted.

Some artists use it. Like the band Vulfpeck. They made an album with ten tracks that all last a little over 30 seconds. But on those tracks there was nothing but silence to be heard. They had called on their supporters to listen to this as often as possible in order to raise money for their tour. The album was taken offline, but not before they raised $20,000!

How do Spotify Streams work?

Spotify counts a stream once that song has been listened to for 30 seconds. There are a few other rules that can affect whether or not a stream is counted.

A positive influence on Spotify’s algorithm:

  • Listen to a song multiple times
  • If you follow the artist after listening to a song
  • If you hit the like button of the song

A negative impact on Spotify’s algorithm:

  • If you skip a song before you’ve listened to it for 30 seconds
  • When you press the dislike button of a song
  • If you quit Spotify after listening to a song for less than 30 seconds
  • If you stop listening to a Spotify playlist after listening to a song

How to get more Spotify Streams?

There are a number of ways to get more Spotify Streamswhich you can choose from.

  1. Buy Streams

This is perhaps the easiest and fastest way to get Streams.

  1. Create a Spotify artist account

If you have created an artist account and it is verified, this will definitely boost your account with more credibility. It is similar to a business account on Instagram. You get more features and help with growth if you want to be taken seriously as an artist. It’s free to use and it helps you find out when someone is listening to your music and which of your tracks are popular.

  1. Create your own playlists

Creating your own playlist is a great way to bring your best songs together in one place. You can pin the list to your homepage, so that visitors to your profile can also see it. By using the music of your favorite artists in addition to your own songs, you get more reach with a larger audience. This can generate new collaborations and promote your tracks.

  1. Cross-promotion

Use the opportunity of other social networks that you can also boost. If you have a new track, share it on Twitter and Instagram and build a following as well.

How much do you earn per stream on Spotify?

Spotify pays less than one cent per stream. The amount is roughly between $0.003 and $0.008 per stream, with an average of $0.004 per stream. That means you need about 250 streams to earn 1 dollar. Exactly how much you will earn for your streams depends on several factors. The amounts differ per country. It also partly depends on the distribution contract you have. Just like there is a difference whether your music is streamed by users with a free or premium subscription.

How much do you earn with a million streams on Spotify?

There are several websites where you can calculate how much a million streams on Spotify would bring you. According to the Royalty Calculator it would be $4000. That same amount gives the Streaming Royalty Calculator. The calculator from Sound Camps estimates it a lot lower at $2380. This one from Spotify Royalty Calculator 2021 says it is the most precise and shows differences between continents. For Europe you arrive at an amount of 3311 dollars. As you can read, there are quite a few differences and that has to do with the different components of how the price of a stream is built.

Is it legal to buy Spotify streams?

Buying streams on major platforms like Spotify is nothing new. As a private individual you can just buy streams. In the Netherlands, the ACM as a company or influencer it is forbidden to buy fake engagement on your profile.</span >

Is buying Spotify Streams safe?

It can be dangerous for your profile on Spotify to buy streams. Buying streams goes against Spotify’s guidelines, so it’s important that you only buy real streams to avoid getting your profile banned!

Can Spotify recognize Fake streams?

Spotify keeps track of listening habitsj and flags suspicious streams. Spotify emphasizes that you can’t buy your way into a Spotify editorial playlist. In doing so, they look for indicators such as a rapid increase in streams for no apparent reason, especially from seemingly random locations on your Top Streaming Cities. That is why we recommend that you choose really high quality streams that you buy from websites that offer a guarantee. We offer streams of high quality guaranteed profiles from tier 1 countries (USA, Europe) with longer playback time which also means higher royalties.

Who has the most listeners per month on Spotify?

This list contains the most streamed artists on the audio streaming platform Spotify. As of October 2021, Justin Bieber has the most monthly listeners on Spotify for a male artist, and Dua Lipa has the most monthly listeners on Spotify for a female artist. Ed Sheeran is the most followed male artist and Ariana Grande is the most followed female artist. Since 2013, Spotify has published an annual list of the most streamed artists, which has been led by Drake three times (2015, 2016 and 2018). (source Wikipedia)

Who is the number 1 artist on Spotify 2021?

Since September 2015, when Spotify first made its monthly listeners feature public, no act – male, female or group – has posted a higher number than the Canadian singer Justin Bieber, which had accumulated 83,300,425 monthly listeners as of August 28, 2021. A month later, on September 28, that number had risen to an unprecedented 86,179,721 when the superstar “Peaches” broke his lead over Ed Sheeran (74.4 million) and The Weeknd (70.4 million). ( source Guinness World Records)

Which song is the most streamed on spotify?

As of September 2021, all top 100 songs have more than 1.2 billion streams, eight of which have reached 2 billion streams, with Ed Sheeran‘s “Shape of You” ranked in the top position. (wikipedia)

Before February 2014, Spotify’s most streamed song was “Radioactive” from Imagine Dragons; it was overtaken by Avicii ‘s “Wake Me Up”, which became the first song to reach 200 million streams on February 27, 2014. “Wake Me Up” held the streaming record for over a year before being surpassed on May 22, 2015 by Sheeran’s “Thinking Out Loud,” which became the first song to reach 500 million streams on October 12, 2015. A month later, however, it was surpassed by Major Lazer and DJ Snake’s “Lean On,” featuring MØ, which held the streaming record for 11 months until Drake’s “One Dance,” featuring Wizkid and Kyla, caught up with it at 18. October 2016. “One Dance” became the first song to reach 1 billion streams on December 12, 2016, holding the streaming record for nearly a year before being surpassed by “Shape of You” on September 21, 2017.

Can Spotify delete streams?

Spotify is known to delete streams from time to time. Like your example in this article Spotify removed an estimated 750,000 tracks in January. Spotify appears to have provided an explanation for the alleged purge of indie music in the “promotion” FAQ section of its Spotify for Artists resource. “Third-party promotion services that advertise streams for a fee are violating our terms and conditions, and their use may result in your music being removed from Spotify.”

But on Twitter, some frustrated artists say that even though they haven’t used a streaming service, their songs keep getting pulled from Spotify. Currently, it doesn’t seem like there is any way to differentiate between musicians who have intentionally blown their steams and the musicians whose work may have been flagged because of the actions of others.

Several artists, including Young, posted frustrated tweets about the erroneous takedowns, tagged Spotify and used the hashtags #spotifytakedown and #restoreourmusic. Some shared extensive screenshots of their efforts to get their numbers back on the service. Young points out that in a now-deleted Instagram post Justin Bieber posted in January 2020, the mega-hit singer directly asked fans to help boost the streaming numbers of his single “Yummy” by running it or downloading VPNs. “Yummy” has not been removed from streaming – and other fan groups of acts such as Harry Styles and BTS have encouraged the practice and encouraged each other to better put their favorite stars on the map.

Can you stream your own song on Spotify?

Since last summer you can easily stream your own songs on Spotify via Believe and Tune Core. For a tenner you can put all your song on it and for thirty euros a whole album. “When using TuneCore, the artist retains 100 percent of the rights and revenues from his or her music. Believe’s additional services are there to provide support at all stages of the musical career.” “Tunecore is the preferred partner for both Spotify and Apple Music. It is also the number 1 independent music partner at YouTube. This allows the company to negotiate advantageous rates directly with the streaming platforms without an intermediary. This in turn results in higher payouts for its artists and labels. This sets TuneCore apart from other DIY platforms.” So nowadays it is very easy to stream your own song on many different platforms!

Why have my Spotify streams dropped?

There are two reasons why your Spotify streams have dropped from previous numbers:

  • Spotify is updating the number of streams for that day. Sometimes you may notice a sharp drop in streams, likes, or followers. The number can really suddenly drop to zero. Fortunately, this is a minor bug from Spotify and is completely normal and temporary. You just have to wait quietly. It generally takes less than an hour for this issue to be resolved.
  • Spotify detected streams from fraudulent accounts. These can be bots or click farms. Therefore, make sure you buy high quality streams from websites that offer warranty. That is why we offer streams of high quality guaranteed streams from tier 1 countries (USA, Europe) with a longer playback time, which also means higher royalties.


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⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Customer feedback ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

”HAHA de royalties are pouring in, really works!!!” – Hessam S.

”Top, works well” – Henk R.

”Super customer service, get fast responses and my lost streams were immediately refilled!” – Heidi S.

”These streams really helped me promote my track. I know that major artists and record labels also use these kinds of services for promotion. Of course I want to be authentic but otherwise you just won’t get through unless you’re very lucky. I prefer to err on the side of caution and as a starting artist I also want a fair chance! ” – RisingStar

”Always fast delivery and good quality. ” – Bas H.

Do you have any questions about buying Streams? Or do you want to know how to become even more popular on Spotify? Do you want to buy larger numbers of streams? Ask your question via the chat function at the bottom right of the page for help from our Spotify advisors.

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Regular Streams, Premium Streams, English Streams


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