ok some critical one. In today's system, mainly spotify, there are thousands of "empty" / unpersonal profiles. I think you know. Due to the background of promotion, singles, pitching, it's completely understandable to create more than one profile to publish more music, express yourself, extend your royalities & chances for a editorial playlist. As far as I can see, Spotify does not really care about where the music comes from, only if it's good or not / fits or not. So I don't see much of a reason not to create my own 3rd or 4th side project. If the content differs, it's even less of a problem. If not, it's still legit.
What can be problematic, is the lack of space, fairness for emerging artists that want to be heard - mainly meaning the spotify editorial playlists. If big producers/composers repress upcoming artists with thousand of great produced pieces, it may cause a lack of upcoming creativity/variety. Not everyone has the possibilities. Should it be limited? Not really sure and surely almost impossible to adjust. I don't want to sound grudging here. For the most people (including me) it's the most important thing to listen to great music. If the outcome is crucial, there's nothing to even talk about. Going through the big editorial playlists, I can see round about 50% consist of empty profiles. What is really fatal, is that some of them are ghost profiles. (Spotify pays ghost writers for ghost profiles with ghost singles to keep all revenues) there are also some articles about it (thanks captain @Jean Bell) who can tell the difference between a moniker and a ghost written one? I can't in many cases. And does it really matter? I think what really matters, is the passion, creativity, quality, meaning and support of awesome piano music. Not only 💰 But I also really need it, so wtf 🤣This is only as far as I know, maybe I'm totally wrong here, you may enlighten me. Would love to hear your thoughts about it.