We talked on @kjell sønksen's post about ghost profiles and how shady editorial playlists on spotify are.
Today i was just listening to some Peaceful Piano on spotify and i noticed something weird and interesting at the same time. I went on Anders Linros profile (which i dont think it's a ghost profile) to see if he released new music, which he did, December 14th (remember the date). He released a single with two songs in it. So i decided to listen to them and surprisingly they were really weird an "bad", i mean the quality of the piano, the composition itself, the duration. It completely doesn't sound like someone who makes music that landed on the most popular piano playlist on spotify. Here's the link to the songs: https://open.spotify.com/album/5K8604nllWEIzrTln2KSwe?si=yp_3k6sATgyeqdF5iYHH2A
Another things that is weird to me is that he released the songs with two other "artists", Emanuel Fremont and Ryley Moss.
They both are ghost profiles (i suppose) with their songs on a lot of editorial playlists and millions of streams.
The strange thing is that the Emanuel Fremont and Ryley Moss that released with Anders Linros are not the same as the ones with millions of streams. In fact they are two completely new profiles with only those two songs in it.
I found later, that the same exact thing was done by the "artists" Bodor Vencel, Lupe Sinsonte and Jane Avril.
I thought maybe there's more. So i did an investigation. I went on all the ghost artists on Peaceful Piano and i looked if they did the same thing. And incredibly, i found other 15 artists did the same exact thing! Fifteen! Here's the photo of each release (notice the date of the release).
They have all the same piano sound and each composition is really poor musically and they all last a minute or so. It is something that i cannot explain, it is really strange. I think it is clear that behind all these 21 profiles there's the same person. But why release on more than 20 profiles, two songs that have really low quality both musically and sound, with the same modus operandi, one minute per song, three artists for each release, even the artworks are poor. Especially if that same person can make songs that are perfect for the editorial playlists. I mean, wtf?
I am curious to hear your opinion on this, and if you already noticed it. I'll leave the link to all the songs i found so you can listen by yourself.