If you want to ensure that your release ends up in the correct artist page on iTunes, Spotify and/or YouTube Music, we encourage you to add your Artist ID during the release creation in your Backstage.
Here is how to find your Artist ID on :
On the Web browser
If you're using a web browser to visualize your artist's page, the Artist ID (alphanumeric characters) will be located between "artist/" and "?" :
On the Spotify app
You may find it by copying the artist's Spotify URI. The last alphanumeric characters of the URI represent your Artist ID. For example: spotify:artist:6gK1Uct5FEdaUWRWpU4Cl2
Please note that you can also copy/paste the full Spotify URI on our system, it will automatically identify your Artist ID.
On the web browser
The artist's Apple ID is located at the end of the URL:
On the Apple Music app
To find the Artist ID using the iTunes/Apple Music app, you must copy the link, which will generate the same URL as the web browser. Your Artist ID is the last characters of the link:
On the web browser
The artist's YouTube ID is located at the end of the artist channel’s URL (24 alphanumeric characters) and always begins with "UC":
If you have a customized URL with when clicking on your channel, such as this one (with “user” or “c” instead of “channel”):
You can click on one of your video, then click again on the name of your channel (not your avatar, otherwise you will still get the customized one):
Once done you should have your YouTube home page with the correct URL with your artist ID.
If this doesn't work, go to the channel page, right-click in an empty spot and select "Show page source text". In the tab that opens, search for "channelid". Every result should be followed by the channel ID consisting of 24 characters and starting with "UC".
On the YouTube app
To find the Artist ID using the YouTube or YouTube Music app, you must copy the link of your channel, which will generate the same URL as the web browser, as shown below: