Music royalties are payments that are paid to recording artists, songwriters, composers, publishers, and other copyright holders for the right to use their intellectual property. There are copyright laws that give artists these exclusive rights to their musical and performance works.
Music Royalties are also generated for various types of licensing and usage. The types of music royalties include mechanical, public performance, synchronization, and print music. Most musicians depend on these royalties as payments from the music industry. Moreover, contracts define music royalty agreements between the creator and Verse One.
Thank you for Chosing Verse One Music Distribution Service. We work with highly driven and purpose driven singers and songwriters. Whatever stage you are at in your career, make sure you’re properly collecting royalties for your work anywhere it’s used—while keeping and controlling 100 percent of the rights to your songs from the most important digital music stores and DSPs, including VEVO, Amazon, iTunes, and Tidal, Shazam, Google Music, Spotify and 190+ stores.
We welcome high quality music from established artists, producers, songwriters and upcoming acts alike. We also work with record labels worldwide. We care about the amount of clout you have already acquired during your musical career.
After evaluation and approval, you will then have ability to get you music submitted to our 150+ partner stores, including Apple Music, Google play, spotify, YouTube and many others.
We make it easy for artistes to manage their portfolio, edit discography, remove tracks or edit track metadata.
In addition, we can offer you a customized suite of label services including digital marketing, publishing administration, sync licensing, neighboring rights collections, advertising campaigns, graphic and video design, and much more.