Are you getting paid for your work? Dancehall and Reggae music producers, artiste, manager and Song writers

by Necoflex
(Jamaica)

Are you a dancehall or reggae music artiste, Manager, producer or songwriter.


Are you getting paid for your work, your music or even the use of your riddims by someone without your permission?.

Did you know that you should be paid if your music is played on internet radios or Cable TV music stations?.

Well if your answer to all three questions is 'NO' well you are missing out on a lot.

A reggae artiste in Jamaica (who for business purposes I will not call his/her name) collected over $1300us for music and Copyright Royalty for 2013.

Have you ever heard about a company buy the name of Soundexchange?

Here is what they do!

SoundExchange is the non-profit performance rights organization that collects statutory royalties from satellite radio (such as SIRIUS XM), internet radio, cable TV music channels and similar platforms for streaming sound recordings.

The Copyright Royalty Board, which is appointed by The U.S. Library of Congress, has entrusted SoundExchange as the sole entity in the United States to collect and distribute these digital performance royalties on behalf of featured recording artists, master rights owners (like record labels), and independent artists who record and own their masters.

If you are not yet a member sign-up Now and start getting paid for your work.

CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP.

If you have any questions/comments please post them below.

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Apr 21, 2016
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by: Shermaine

You would need to contact the owner of the riddim and get their permission.

Apr 15, 2016
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by: Dean

How would I go about getting the right turn use instrumental riddims found on the Internet, if I wanted to record and publish a project? ??

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