Today, streaming platforms play a major role in the emergence of artists. Being part of a playlist of thousands or even millions of subscribers can be a real springboard for a musician's career. And we know that the Swedish platform Spotify has been elected queen of the streaming platforms for many years. There are three types of playlists: editorial playlists, algorithmic playlists and third-party playlists. To land your music in the editorial playlists, you'll need to pitch your single on Spotify for Artists a few weeks before its release. Algorithmic playlists are, as the name suggests, generated by Spotify's algorithms. In order for your single to appear in the playlist, the algorithms will have to detect it. How is this possible? Likes, subscribers, stream counts and third party playlists. What are third party playlists? These are playlists generated by Spotify users. And some of these playlists have a lot of followers. Groover allows you to connect with these third party playlist curators, like Pentarosa Music for example. Constantly looking for new tracks to add to their playlists, they will listen to your music and give you constructive feedback within 7 days.