For too long now, producers—the folks responsible for crafting the audio canvases of the most popular music in the world—have been left unpaid for their efforts. Now, AraabMuzik, who released his One of One EP last fall, is doing his part to change that.

Earlier this week, the producer, who's created tracks for the likes of Slaughterhouse, A$AP Mob, Lloyd Banks and more, announced his partnership with License Lounge, a digital marketplace and music licensing agency catering to established artists and producers alike.

The platform, designed exclusively for industry artists producers, gives creators access to millions of prospective customers across the globe. Members of the service have their beats auto-tagged as soon as they upload them to the platform, and personalized contracts are created for every license that's issued.

Once your songs or instrumentals are uploaded to License Lounge's Sync Platform, they are pitched for use in various television, marketing campaigns, video games, advertisements and more.

For their work, which can include original songs, beats and beat kits, artists will receive direct payments to their PayPal accounts. They will get 80 percent of their beats and soundkit revenue and 50 percent of their synchronization fees and royalties. On top of that, there are no sign up or monthly fees and the content is delivered directly to a producer's customer. Sounds like a dope deal.

For more information, visit the official License Lounge website.

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