The brill thing about Dance Music is that anyone can be a bedroom DJ/producer with very little complications scratching their path and as a result music streaming sites are absolutely flushed with such music. Remixes, Bootlegs, Mashups it’s all in there. But after a while, even after passing through all the automatic detection systems most of those track are deleted sooner or later pursuant to copyright infringement.

And now thanks to music rights management service Dubset, things are starting to take a turn in the right direction. The first ever single track remixes have surfaced on both Spotify and Apple Music. Dubset is adamant that they will be able to dig up payouts for what they’ve produced. Dubset CEO sees monster potential with this as 700 million people who listen to bootlegged content every month.

“Content owners have been very supportive. The publishing and label deals we have under license provides a large catalog to work with…this allows some of the content that until now has only been on YouTube and SoundCloud to come to these great paid services where content owners will get paid!”

Source: TechCrunch