Since all requests are free within Spark DJ, the app will take requests based on a number of factors around user preferences and music licensing guidelines.
Timing – Spark DJ runs and acts like a live DJ – mixing songs and taking requests when it sees fit. If you don’t see your request get taken right away (and you have no negative votes) be patient and Spark DJ will find the perfect fit for your request! Spark DJ is also required to follow music licensing guidelines which restricts certain songs at certain times.
Voting – SparkDJ looks at votes to determine if it is a right fit for the crowd. If your request finds its way to the top – be on the lookout for it get played! If you find your request is making its way to the bottom, head back to the Requests tab to remove your request and add a new one.
Host Preferences – The host of a SparkDJ party is using the app to set an ambience and play a certain mix of music. Unfortunately, this means that all requests may not fit into the host preferences and not get played. If you don’t see your request getting played, you can always change it under from the Requests tab.