Twitch Doubles the Size of Their Music Library

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The Twitch Music Library launched in January. The music library offered 500 cleared songs for Twitch users to include in their live streams and videos. Music came from Mad Decent, Dim Mak, OWSLA, Fool’s Gold, and other labels.

Twitch has just doubled the size of their music library. They now have over 1,000 songs cleared for use in streams and videos.

Over 100 of the newly available songs come from the Rhymesayers label. Rhymesayers is home to Atmosphere, Brother Ali, Aesop Rock, Grieves, and others.

They’ve also added more music from Spinnin’ Records, the Prodigy, and others.

 

Nina Ulloa covers breaking news, tech, and more: @nine_u

 

4 Responses

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    Anonymous

    Is there any money for musicians behind this offering?

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    journalism

    wow over 1,00 songs aren’t these usually ctrl+v

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    great

    Ladies and gentlemen, I present Creative Commons 2.0! I hope they’ve checked all those tracks for samples because Rhymesayers back catalog is riddled with uncleared stuff.