A few different factors can cause your release to be assigned to an incorrect artist page on Spotify. Check the possible scenarios below to determine the correct resolution for your case:
A) YOUR ARTIST NAME METADATA IS NOT AN EXACT MATCH
Artist names on your release must entered exactly as they appear on Spotify (this includes any uppercase, lowercase, or special characters) or your release may be assigned to the wrong page.
If you have noticed that the artist name metadata you entered on your release is not an exact match, please contact our support team who will be able to correct it. It should be noted that artist name metadata updates will take effect on all DSPs that the release has been delivered to.
B) ANOTHER ARTIST PAGE WITH THE SAME NAME EXISTS
If your artist already has an artist page on Spotify, but they also share an identical name with another artist, it is possible that Spotify may have incorrectly mapped your release.
If the artist is already established on your label's roster and their release has been delivered to Spotify, you can use the Content Mismatch tool on Spotify for Artists to request a fix (if your label is not already signed up to this, please see: How Do I Sign Up For Spotify For Artists?)
C) THIS IS THE ARTIST'S FIRST EVER RELEASE
If this is the first ever release by the artist (on any label) and they share the same name with an existing artist, it is possible that a new artist page will not automatically be created by Spotify.
If this is the case, please contact our support team, who will send a request to Spotify to create a new artist page for them.