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Report any of the following for our teams to investigate:
- Explicit songs
- Offensive or infringing content
- Broken or incorrect content
Note: We take customer content concerns very seriously. Any abuse of the reporting process can result in the termination of your Spotify account.
For: Mobile and tablet
If you find a song that needs an explicit tag:
- Tap (iOS) (Android) next to the song.
- Select Report Explicit Content.
Broken or incorrect content
If a song or album on Spotify isn't playing correctly, or its information (e.g. title, cover art, release date) is incorrect, you can report it to us.
First, check it’s not an technical issue:
- Make sure your app is up-to-date
- Play the track on a different device or with our web player
- Play the track on a different WiFi or data connection
If it’s not a technical issue:
- Go to our contact form.
- Choose Report a broken track/album.
- Click I STILL NEED HELP.
Note: If you’re an artist, your label or distributor can help fix problems with your music.
Images, playlists, or text
Offensive or infringing images, playlists, or text added to Spotify by another listener or artist, can be reported through the app.
- On a playlist or artist profile, tap (iOS) (Android).
- Tap Report abuse. A form will open in your browser.
- Complete the form and tap Submit.
- Right-click the playlist title or artist name.
- Select Report. A form will open in your browser.
- Complete the form and Submit.
Make a legal claim on content
Notify us about anything that infringes your intellectual property rights.
What happens next?
Each report is investigated on a case-by-case basis. We're unable to respond directly to each individual report, but will use our discretion and remove any content deemed inappropriate.
Last updated: 26 November, 2020
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