2023/04/05 12:57

I wrote this article because I've been getting so many messages and emails from you guys asking about the difference between the two. I hope this post clears things up for you and helps you choose the right license for your music! 

Are you ready to dive in? Great! Let's get started.

When you're buying beats, it's important to understand the difference between a non-exclusive license and an exclusive license. Think of it like renting an apartment: with a non-exclusive license, you're essentially renting the space for a period of time, but the landlord (in this case, Egyboi Beats) can still rent it out to other people. With an exclusive license, on the other hand, you have the apartment all to yourself - no one else can rent it or use it. Also, read these rules and examples regarding this.

So, why might you choose one type of license over the other? It really comes down to what you're looking for as an artist, and what stage of your career you're in. If you're just starting out, or if you're not yet well-known in the music industry, a non-exclusive license might be the best option for you. This allows you to use the beat for your own projects, but it also allows other artists to use the same beat for their projects as well. This can be a great way to get your music out there and build a following, without breaking the bank on expensive licensing fees.

On the other hand, if you're a more established artist and you're looking for something more exclusive, you might want to consider an exclusive license. This gives you complete control over the beat and ensures no one else can use it. Of course, this also means that you'll have to pay a higher fee for the exclusive rights - but if you're a trending or popular artist, it might be worth it to invest in the exclusivity and make sure that your music stands out from the rest.

It's also worth noting that if you start out with a non-exclusive license and your song starts to trend on the internet, you can always upgrade to an exclusive license later on. This is a great option for those who are just starting out and want to test the waters before committing to a more expensive licensing agreement.

In summary, choosing between a non-exclusive and exclusive license for your beats is all about finding the right fit for your career and your goals as an artist. Whether you're just starting out or you're already well-known in the industry, there's a licensing option that's right for you. So why not take the time to explore your options and find the perfect beat for your next hit song? With the right license in hand, the sky's the limit!

Before I go, I wanted to let you all know that I have a new beat coming out soon! It's called 'Super,' and it's a Lil Uzi Vert x Metro Boomin Type Beat that I think you're going to love. Keep an eye on my website and social media pages for updates on the release date, and be sure to check it out when it drops. Thanks for reading, and happy producing!