We offer over 53 million songs on Deezer, and we hope you’ll be able to find plenty of music to satisfy your every mood.
However, some artists, albums and songs are not currently available – or may be available in some countries or regions and not in others.
Why? Because all content that appears on Deezer is licensed. If something doesn’t appear, it may be because agreements with artists, labels or right holders are still underway or have not been met.
Ownership rights can also change hands. And, in the case of very old or obscure music, we may have been unable to identify the current rights holder.
Our team are constantly in talks with artists, labels and rights holders to ensure you have access to largest possible music catalogue. If you can’t find an artist or song you are looking for at the moment, check back over time and it may appear.
Request music to add to Deezer
If you’d like to request music to add to the Deezer catalogue, please visit this page.
What about mixtapes?
Many artists make mixtapes freely available online today. But for us to share them with you on Deezer we still need to license them.
Artists provide their music to us through an aggregator. We are happy to provide mixtapes on Deezer. But, if a mixtape contains material – such as music samples, audio clips, video clips, and so on – created by someone other than the artist themselves, it is up to the artist or their team to gain permission from all the individual rights holders to use the content in this way.
How about videos and podcasts?
The same licensing and ownership constraints can also apply to videos and podcasts.
Updated: Apr 13, 2018