While this is probably something strange happening on google’s side in their way to interpret the data, i have noticed a strange behavior that i think is related to me entering our discography in musicbrainz. Ever since i registered our discography, the search results for the artists have gotten one of those fancy boxes on the right-hand sides, which gives a track-list and some nifty info. Fine dandy cool! The thing is that one of the artists have their legal-name input in musicbrainz artist relationships. And as of recently, when searching on this artist, it is the legal name that shows up.
It’s a not huge problem since this person needs not to protect it’s identity, but it’s strange.
I’m thinking i might have done something wrong, although i am not the person who entered the legal name in the first place. The artist in question is “Sakrecoer” ( a2899399-d1d5-462f-9d56-ec1ea78cc4b6 ) a search on any of his performance names will display the legal name in that fancypancy box. This does not happen to say, Legowelt for example, who in turn has gotten many more Nicknames.
Anyone knows if this is something that is adjustable from within musicbrainz, or if i should just wait and see if google will learn, or until my emails get through the probably super-busy helpdesk over at google?
Thankful for any hint!