Frequently asked questions

General FAQ

Royalties are the sums being paid to songwriters, producers, performing artists and musicians when their music is being played.

If you upload content that uses our music to YouTube without having an active subscription or lifetime license, we’ll reach out to you with a claim. This is because we own the rights to our music, giving us the right to claim any ad revenue that is generated by content featuring our music. This might sound scary, but don't worry. A claim from us doesn’t mean that your content will be taken down, muted or blocked. We’re simply making a request for any ad revenues generated so that we can keep paying our artists to create even more great music.

No, to be able to monetize your videos you need to have active subscription, or lifetime license for particular track.

No, you cannot. This is not allowed.