Your drop page is the place where fans will come to learn more about your music and sale. Today, you can’t make changes to your drop page details once you submit them for approval.
Here’s how to create an eye-catching drop page.
1. Upload token art: Your token art is the visual that will appear on your drop page and in your collector's portfolios. Most artists upload the album art here, but you can get creative and include another visual if you’d like.
2. Create a custom URL: Your custom URL makes it easy to share your drop on social media and via email. If you want to optimize for SEO, we recommend keeping the structure of your URL to your artist name and song name, with a hyphen between each word.
3. Write a compelling description: Make your drop stand out with a description of the music in 280 characters or less. Include details about what makes the song exciting, such as its streaming success, reception, and any behind-the-scenes details.
Need to spark some inspiration? Browse drops on Royal to see what other artists are saying.
4. Add a cover photo and/or cover video: Customize the visual(s) that appear as the top banner on your drop page by adding a cover photo and video.
The cover photo is required. The video is optional and will only appear on desktop—this is an exciting opportunity to show off a music video if you’ve got one.