The status of your music can be found in iTunes Connect. For the status of multiple products, download a Catalog Report or use Status mode in Transporter.
Note: It can take up to 24 hours for music to appear in iTunes Connect after delivery.
On Store: The music is live on Apple Music and the iTunes Store.
If your status is On Store and you cannot find it, go to My Music on iTunes Connect and click “View on iTunes Store” or "View on Apple Music".
Note: Processing can take up to 24 hours.
Ready for Store: The music is ready for release on the sales start date.
Not On Store: The content is not live on Apple Music and the iTunes Store. Apple reserves the right to hide content if it does not comply with iTunes style or for legal reasons.
To view specific details of your music:
Details include delivered metadata, cover art, and rights and pricing information for albums and songs delivered to Apple Music and the iTunes Store.
Go to My Music in iTunes Connect and select “View on iTunes Store” or "View on Apple Music" to see the Apple Music and the iTunes Store links.
Here are some common reasons why your music is not live:
Note: Apple reviews every delivery to ensure the very best quality. To avoid delays in availability, deliver your music as early as possible.
Flags allow you to expedite your release. Content providers are allowed a certain number of priority flags per week.
Your flagging allowance appears on the upper-right side of the My Music page underneath Catalog Reports. If you do not see a flagging allowance, contact your Technical Account Representative for more information.
Note: Do not rely solely on flagging to expedite a release. We strongly recommend delivering your content as early as possible.