You are only allowed to share a 60-second version of your track online as part of this competition - to share a complete track or in other media you still need to purchase a sample license.
An Elektron Digitakt drum machine/sampler (worth $900)
+ 1 Sample License + 50 Tracklib download credits
25 Tracklib download credits
10 Tracklib download credits
“Angels We Have Heard on High” is part of David Ian’s Vintage Christmas series. The jazz pianist is known for his laid-back, holiday-themed albums on Prescott Records, including Vintage Christmas Wonderland, Vintage Christmas Trio, and Valentine’s Day. The track selected for this Beat Battle features the beautiful voice of Nashville-based singer Acacia.
Acclaimed Atlanta-based producer Zaytoven has produced for the likes of Usher, Migos, Nicki Minaj, Future, Gucci Mane, and Waka Flocka Flame. Notably, earlier this year he released the collaborative album “A” together with Usher, as well as the second edition of “Beast Mode” together with Future.
To stay in the holiday spirit: earlier this month, Zaytoven released Christmas album “Greatest Gift” together with singer Deitrick Haddon (Spotify / Apple Music), heading into the holidays in a trappy and soulful way.
Your Instagram profile needs to be public for us to be able to see your post. Only entries using the #tracklibbeatbattle tag with at least two friends are tagged, will be entering the competition.
Your music is still yours. We do not own any of the entries to this competition and will not use them for any other advertising purposes. We will, however, repost your tracks to promote the competition itself.
The first prize will be awarded a full sample license to monetize their work for free. The winner will, however, still have to pay the original rightsholders their share (5, 10 or 20% depending on sample time) of any eventual revenue earned on the new song.
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