How to DJ With Spotify? A Comprehensive Guide

Music is the life of all parties. We love seeing the DJ blessing our ears with the most fantastic beats ever. To top it all off, seeing the DJ rocking the party makes us eager to unleash our inner DJ, which might not be possible. However, what if we told you there’s a way to unleash your inner DJ to become the life at the party? Spotify’s all-new AI DJ feature has got you covered!

Buckle up the seatbelts to your DJ skills with this guide on how to DJ with Spotify. Whether you’re at a club spinning tracks for an audience or it’s your birthday party, take control and become a pro at DJing!

Quick Answer:You can enjoy your playlist by clicking Search, choosing Made For You, and selecting DJ.

How to Dj with Spotify?

What is Spotify DJ?

The Spotify artificial intelligence program has evolved to unparalleled heights by launching the Ai DJ feature. The function uses machine learning and artificial intelligence to create personalized playlists that reflect the current mood.

Spotify DJ keeps the scale even by using its algorithms to blend your all-time favourites and new releases perfectly. This creates a playlist that hits the nodes of both freshness and familiarity at the same time, thus creating the perfect package for any party, when connected with speakers such as Alexa.

Can You Use Spotify DJ?

You need to ensure a few things when using the Spotify DJ feature. First, check whether you’re using the latest version or not. You can do this by checking the app page on your Play Store or App Store. Simply update it if an Update button indicates that you used an older version. 

Click on the Made For You section in the app to see if it’s available. Currently, this feature is available in the following countries:

Australia, Barbados, Antigua,  Bahamas, Burundi, Barbuda, Belize, Botswana,  Canada, Dominica, Eswatini, Fiji, Grenada, Ghana, Gambia, Guyana, Ireland, Jamaica, Kenya, Kiribati, Lesotho, Liberia, Malawi, Malta, Marshall Islands, Namibia, Nauru, New Zealand, Nigeria, Pakistan, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Rwanda, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Samoa, Sierra Leone, Singapore, Solomon Islands, South Africa, Sweden, Tanzania, Tonga, Uganda, United Kingdom, United States, Vanuatu, Zambia, Zimbabwe.

How to DJ with Spotify?

You can use the Spotify mixing DJ software on your smartphones and your Desktop/Macbook. All you need is a stable internet connection and your device with a Spotify premium account logged in.

On Android/iOS

  •  Open the Spotify app
  • Click on the Music tab on your homepage.
  •  Scroll down the Music tab and locate the DJ feature below Uniquely Yours.
  • Click the banner to begin DJing.

Once you’ve activated the DJ feature, you can customize the playlist by touching the DJ symbol at any moment to change the songs or vibes. By making constant adjustments, you can make sure that the music fits your vibe exactly and maintain a high level of energy and the ideal ambience.

On Desktop

You can activate DJ mode on the desktop app in two easy methods. Here’s how you can do it:

Using Spotify DJ Mode

  •  Select the playlist you want to play 
  • Open the Playback section and tap on Preferences.
  • Turn Crossfade and AutoMix on to create a DJ playback experience.

Using Tidal

  •  Open Tidal on your computer.
  • Sign in with your Spotify account.
  • Enable the DJ mode to mix your content with VirtualDJ, Rekordbox, and Serato DJ.

How to Fix Spotify DJ Not Showing Up?

Sometimes, the DJ feature might not work due to technical difficulties. However, you can quickly resolve these difficulties by using it seamlessly. Try to restart the app to see if it shows up. If the problem persists, try to log out and log in with another account. You can also clear the cache on Android or reinstall it on iOS to remove any corrupt storage files that block the DJ feature. 

FAQs-Frequently Asked Questions


Click Search, choose Made For You, and select DJ to enjoy your playlist.

 It might be due to a bad internet connection, an out-of-date app,  firewall issues, or just your device not being compatible.

Yes, Spotify DJ is only available to Premium users.

Xavier “X” Jernigan voices Spotify DJ. 

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