Dubset inks deal with TIDAL to distribute remixes on streaming platform

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User-generated DJ mixes and remixes of songs are about to start appearing on TIDAL following a new deal with Dubset Media Holdings.

Dubset’s MixBANK platform is said to determine all of the appropriate rights-holders within a DJ mix – even across myriad samples in a single track – while simultaneously clearing rights across relevant label and publishing parties.

Last year, Dubset raised $4m in funding, while inking global deals to license the masters of Sony Music and independent labels (via Merlin) on major music services.

“This is another important step in making the incredible content created by our DJ community available to fans all over the world.”

Stephen White (pictured)

Dubset has previously inked agreements with Spotify and Apple Music to distribute remix material on their platforms.

Speaking about the TIDAL deal, Dubset CEO Stephen White said: “This is another important step in making the incredible content created by our DJ community available to fans all over the world.

“The addition of TIDAL as a distribution partner has long been goal of ours and we are thrilled that their subscribers will begin to hear legal mix and remix content on their platform in the coming weeks.”

Lior Tibon of TIDAL said: “Sampling and mixtapes has long been a foundational part of the music ecosystem.

“Empowering DJs to bring their content to TIDAL is something we are very excited about and this deal with Dubset just does that, creating unique musical experiences that our audience has come to expect from us.”Music Business Worldwide

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    Christian Rapper Lecrae & king Stevian along with others might say
    this is great. A great way to expand current and past content . A way to
    keep the music of the music elders alive.