Most of the partners obtain any artist photo and bio information from the Rovi music database (associated with AllMusic.com). Submitting your info to Rovi is a great first step in updating your band/artist info. This is something that's not directly associated with CD Baby, so we cannot provide support for it, nor can we guarantee that our partners will pull your info from Rovi for use on their sites.
Check out the below link with more info on submitting your music to the Rovi music database: http://www.allmusic.com/product-submissions
Apple Music artists can upload and change the bio and profile photos associated with the artist page for Apple Music and iTunes.
You can claim your artist page(s) on Apple Music by following the steps below:
- Claim your artist page using our Apple Music For Artist portal: https://members.cdbaby.com/Tools/AppleMusicForArtists
- Select the artist you'd like to claim and then log in using your Apple ID.
- Once your claim has been verified (note that we cannot assist in verifying or expediting your claim - the process is handled entirely by Apple), you can post content for your fans via the iTunes app on your iOS device (the "For You" tab), or via iTunes on your desktop/laptop computer.
More detailed instructions can be found here: https://linkmaker.itunes.apple.com/images/howtoconnect.pdf
3. If you're having trouble accessing Apple Music for Artists, you can get support here: https://artists.apple.com/en-us/support/contact
Completing the Spotify Artist Verification process will allow you to create Artist Playlists and update your Artist Photo and the process is now easier than ever!
You can claim your Spotify for Artist page through CD Baby: https://members.cdbaby.com/SpotifyForArtists
For more information about Spotify for Artists, please visit their site: https://artists.spotify.com/
You can set up an Official Artist Channel on YouTube by following the instructions detailed in this article here.