Liking or disliking is a fairly common feature, however, a traditional dislike feature doesn’t exist on Spotify. Spotify has rolled out a new feature that lets its Premium users hide songs that they do not want to hear within a playlist. Tap the hide button, and it'll hide that song from showing up in that particular album, playlist, or station future. Additionally, if you search for an artist on the Search page, you can also tap the three dots on the artist page and then tap 'Don't play this artist.’ This functions a bit differently than hiding songs, it will block the artist’s song from all playlists/stations instead of hiding it from a specific one.
The Hide Song feature doesn’t exist on Spotify’s web player or desktop apps. It only works on Spotify for Android and iOS. And this feature is available only on personalized playlists such as Discover Weekly or Daily Mixes. But it's not available in regular playlists.
On the iOS app, you should tap the three dots at the top-right of the screen, then tap “Hide song”. On Android, the '⊖' icon appears on the music player. When you listen through the playlist, then the hidden song will always be automatically skipped. If you change your mind, you can tap on the Home button then on the Settings button. Under Playback, switch Show unplayable songs on. Now, go back to the playlist and tap on the Unhide button to unhide the song.
You can block an artist's work by visiting their profile on your iOS and Android, clicking the three-dot menu icon on the top right, and selecting “Don't play this artist.” From there, you will be returned to the artist's home page and will receive a message that says, "Ok, we won't play music from this artist..." After that, you won't encounter them in any playlists or radio stations.
You can turn off the feature at any point by returning to the artist's home page, clicking on the "..." button on the top right corner and selecting the "Remove" button from the subsequent menu.
The Hide Song feature is not available in regular playlists. If you are still confused though as to how to hide songs in any playlist, you can try the following method to solve this issue.
We recommend you download all your Spotify songs to your computer, and play songs you love on other media players. To break the DRM protection from Spotify and import Spotify music to other more music players, you can use Pazu Spotify Converter. It is a fantastic tool to download Spotify music to plain MP3, M4A, OGG, WAV, AIFF, and FLAC at fast speed with the original sound quality preserved, moreover, all the ID3 tags including title, artwork, artist, album, genre, track number will be kept. With Pazu Spotify Converter , you can download Spotify songs without Premium and play them on any media player without any limitation. Let’s follow this guide to download Spotify music to common audio files you prefer, so that you can play songs you love.
Download, install and run Pazu Spotify Converter on your Mac or Windows. Log in your Spotify account with the built-in Spotify web player. The steps are the same whether you have the Mac or Windows version of Pazu Spotify Converter.
Use the integrated Spotify web player to search the songs, album, playlist or podcast you want to download. Click the Add to list button to load all songs in the album or playlist, uncheck the songs you don’t want to download if there are any.
Click the "Options" button on the top right corner. Here you can select output format (MP3/M4A/WAV/FLAC/OGG/AIFF), choose output audio SampleRate and BitRate, customize the output path, organize the output files in various ways, rename output files and more.
Click Convert button to start downloading the Spotify songs to your local computer.
Once the conversion is done, you can find your Spotify songs downloaded as local files by clicking below folder button or directly going to the output folder you customized in the previous step. You can transfer them to your file manager or manage them anywhere you want.
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