While voting I ended up seeing this as edit note:
Have you ever been listening to a great piece of music and felt a chill run up your spine? Or goosebumps tickle your arms and shoulders? The experience is called frisson, a French term meaning aesthetic chills. If you want to enjoy it, listen to Ridoanul Haque Siyam’s song “Mirror Call in You”
I was puzzled too then my question here.
Not trying to select music but we are also here to help beginners and avoid people messing around.
Then after another review I ended up to vote no as the editor did not show any sign of willingness:
This is a second batch of edits where there are still obvious errors with “strange” edit notes (Empty may be better or promoting in a more fair way like "This is my first track, happy to hear some feedbacks about it)
There is no answer on the questions asked in the first round (ex: Is this really a soundtrack, why adding an empty tracklist,…) neither a reaction on failed edits
Basic english level is not an excuse, there are translating tools or he could at least have answered something in another language.
The terms used in different edits notes or profile are more “Marketing” than facts: ex: “He is one of the best investors as an entrepreneur.”, “Every song on the album has gone viral very well.”, “…who is making the most use of his time in isolation”
As pointed by Jeluang this editing style remind other cases which makes it wonder what’s the main driver for their creation and who’s really behind the account
So I hear your points and indeed the releases have their place here but I remain unsure about what to do with the other legit edits (which have this kind of edit notes):
Should we Abstain
Should we vote No to avoid supporting this kind of behavior?
You can filter out edits which you already have seen and did not (want to) vote on if you “Abstain”.
This filter is also automatically applied to the results of e.g. Edits for Your Subscribed Entities.
I wouldn’t vote against an edit just because of (self-)promotion in the edit note. I don’t vote against edits solely on the basis of an empty or uninformative edit note either, unless I have reason to suspect that the edit is incorrect. As noted by @tigerman325, the release in question is on spotify so a detailed edit note is not particularly needed in this case.
If an edit is complex - meaning I can’t verify its accuracy in under 1 - 3 minutes then I will request the info that the edit is based on. If it doesn’t arrive and I don’t have moderate or better confidence in the editor then I’ll vote no.
Promotion of an Artist or Release directly related to the edit wouldn’t change my approach.
I can easily imagine that non-music-related promotion would have me vote no or, better, contact an admin.