It’s important to have a complete and up-to-date profile on your DSP profiles. Tools like TIDAL Artist Home, make it incredibly simple to do just that.

Getting started with TIDAL Artist Home is easy:

1. Get Your Music on TIDAL.

TIDAL Artist Home requires you to have music on the platform to claim your account. If your music is not already available for streaming on TIDAL, you will need to work with a distributor who can deliver your music to the platform. Once the music is available for streaming, you will be able to claim your profile.

2. Create an Account

If you don’t already have an account, you will need to create one. You will enter an email address and create a password before being able to move forward.

3. Claim an Artist

With the above two steps in the rearview mirror, you will now be asked to select an artist. Pretty self-explanatory. If there are multiple profiles and you select the wrong one, you can come back to this step.

4. Select Your Music

In this step, select a title where you’re the primary artist. If you are not a primary artist on any projects, you will be unable to create a TIDAL Artist Home account. If none of the projects listed are yours, go back to the previous page to make sure that you have selected the correct artist. If you are still having issues, click the button at the bottom of the screen that says “This content is inaccurate.”

5. Verify Your Profile

At TIDAL, there are three ways to verify your profile. 

  • Distributor: This form of verification is currently unavailable to Syntax Creative clients. 
  • Social Media: This method of verification allows TIDAL access to your social media profiles to prove that you are the same person. 
  • Manual Verification: Manual verification requires that you fill out an application. You will be asked for your legal name, information for your distributor or label, your management, and your website. Though some of this information is optional, your profile will be verified faster if all information is provided. 

If you are a Syntax Creative client, reach out via your record label to obtain the necessary distributor contact information.

Once submitted, it could take up to 10 business days to be approved. If you have any issues getting approved, please contact your distributor. 

For record labels, managers, distributors, and any other team who may need access to an artist account, the artist must obtain access first and then manually add you to their team.