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  1. We feature you on our very popular fangates.
  2. Our visitors check you out and follow you.
  3. You make them Superfans with your great music.

99% of the “follower” products out there are fake. Ours are 100% real. You can check the profiles and see the quality. 

You will gain real followers from our popular fangates. Expect 1 week per-1000 followers. Build your following 24/7. Fully organic, real, living people who like music. Engage with them and trade reposts.

We have very popular fangates that we leverage to gain real, organic followers.


  • Are the organic SoundCloud followers real people who will become fans?

    They are fully organic, real, living people who have downloaded other music from our fangates and given the option to follow you. Once they are following you they will receive your music in their streams and it’s up to you if you connect with them and build your community. This is how to turn them into “Superfans.”

  • Will they immediately like my music?
    New followers are not automatic “fans” and will probably not engage your tracks right away. You have to engage them by streaming good music, following them back, comment on their stuff, and chatting with them.  Build your community.
  • How Long does it take to gain 1000?
    Once the campaign has started, you can expect 1 week per-1000.
  • How can I track the progress of a campaign?
    Watch them follow your account on the Soundcloud Pulse app or in Notifications on the website.
  • Can I change the link to my profile after I order?
    No. Unfortunately, the promotions can’t be forwarded. It is okay to change the title or other meta-data, just not anything that affects the link.

A Proven Strategy to Gain and Keep Soundcloud Followers

SoundCloud is a music-based social platform, so the value of a SoundCloud follower is higher than it is on other social media platforms. SoundCloud focus’ on music, where other general social platforms display a wide variety of content types. This means the probability of engagement with a song that you post on Soundcloud is much higher than it is on say, Facebook. I’m sure you have seen this. People tend to ignore music links on Facebook.

When you follow an account on SoundCloud, whatever the user posts will appear in your feed. Unlike other platforms, the SoundCloud feed displays all content chronologically in the order posted, unadulterated or judged by an algorithm. (Think of how often a post on Facebook is never seen by your friends because Facebook algorithms decide who should see your content.) Soundcloud posts to all followers 1:1.

Your follower count is used by industry professionals as the primary measure of success. Whenever an artist pitches us for an exclusive premiere with Supreme{PR}, we screen for quality music, professionalism, attitude, socials, and SoundCloud to get an idea of their reach and drive. That said, follower numbers can be often inflated. They can often serve as a vanity metric rather than as a measure of true engagement. We always screen samplings of followers for legitimacy. Fake followers and plays can be bought.

Following an account on SoundCloud triggers a notification icon, which is visible in the notifications menu at the top of your account. However, unfollowing does not trigger a notification. Therefore it is not as noticable when you unfollow an account.

Here is the plan we recommend for gaining and keeping SoundCloud followers.

  1. Find an account with at least 10k followers who has music similar to your music. You want their fans to be in the same demographic as yours.
  2. Go to their followers and investigate their taste in music and account activity.
  3. Follow 90 select followers every day. If you can, space it out to something like 10 in the morning, and 10 at night.
  4. Repeat daily until you are following 1K accounts.
  5. Next, go to your own following list and unfollow 20 accounts each day. Spread them out across the day.
  6. Try to favorite and comment on at least one upload from each account you follow.
  7. Repeat this process of following to 1000 then back to Zero then back to 1000, all the while you will be increasing your followers from follow-backs.
  8. It’s a long and tedious process, but you’re a musician, what else do you have to do?
    Move on to other artists as necessary.

Always remember, It is better to invest your time in making great music and marketing. If your music isn’t any good. If your production is lazy, or you have a hissing sound in your masters, or the vocals are off-key, don’t worry about follows. You don’t have any chance of getting noticed. Your music has to stand up to the best stuff that is out there. This plan will only give an advantage if all other variables are equal. (Read Malcolm Gladwell’s Outliers.) The upside of being great is much higher, as it allows for exponential growth, rather than grinding away at followers hoping they don’t notice your music has problems.

SoundCloud has restricted the total number of accounts you can follow/unfollow per day, but they have never published these numbers. In our experience, you should limit the total amount of follow and unfollow actions to 90 per day to safely stay under the 100 per day cap. Again, the more you can spread these out, the better. SoundCloud will see you as a spammer if you do them all at once. If you exceed your daily limit, SoundCloud may block your account form spammy activity. A first block will disable your following/unfollowing ability for 1 day. The second time you will lose the functionality for 3 days and the next time it is 7 days. The fourth time? Well, there is no fourth time. Your account will likely be closed, so be safe. Don’t spam follows.

We hope this information helps you with navigating the tricky waters of gaining SoundCloud followers. 

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