I’ve been voting on some of the recent edits, and noticed that @Senax has been removing releases due to them only being linked to Youtube videos. Normally I’d chalk this up to a new user not being familiar with our definition of “release”, but I trust @Senax and if they don’t consider that to be valid, I’m a bit less confident. (Admittedly, the second release is a less-than-perfect example since I was able to pull up more significant links elsewhere, but the first still holds.)
I get that a song uploaded to Youtube may often be better represented as a single recording rather than a release on its own, but is it really discouraged to the point of deleting releases? A quick search for “We Dominade the Club” seems to suggest that it’s only available on a couple video streaming sites, and those videos have fully-developed “cover art”. In my mind, this is not only a recording but a (non-purchasable) single, but am I wrong about that? And if I’m not, at what point would it stop being a release?