NEW YORK, Dec. 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Tracklib, the world's first and only global marketplace for music creators to discover, sample and license original recordings, has launched a game-changing new service that makes it easy and affordable for artists and producers to clear samples legally.
The service boasts a catalog of over 50,000 tracks and is rapidly growing. The available tracks include all genres of music from Soul, to Blues and Reggae to "The Hook And Sling (Part 1)" by Eddie Bo as well as one of the most sampled songs in music history, "Impeach the President" by the Honeydrippers. The original music tracks available stem from songs recorded in the 60's, 70's and 80's and are available starting at just $1.99, with sample clearance for as little as $50.
Music mogul Tom Silverman, the founder of groundbreaking hip-hop label Tommy Boy Records, has joined Tracklib as their U.S. Partner and has taken the lead in promoting the service in North America.
"Tracklib will change the music industry in more ways than anyone could ever imagine," said Tom Silverman, Founder of Tommy Boy Records. "To find the music and license it all in one place, in a matter of minutes, legally and affordably, to me that's something that can change the whole music business."
"We believe Tracklib will completely revolutionize the music industry," said Pär Almqvist, CEO and Co-founder of Tracklib. "What iTunes did for downloads and Spotify did for streaming, Tracklib is on track to do for sampling. We can't wait to hear what people will create using Tracklib."
Tracklib has also garnered the support of legendary Hip-Hop producers, Statik Selektah, Prince Paul, Erick Sermon, Mr. Green, Hank Shocklee and QuestLove, who have gained early access to the platform.
Musicians and producers can log onto the site to request access at www.Tracklib.com
For more information, please view this Tracklib promotional video https://youtu.be/6A5X5puHfJE or visit us at https://www.tracklib.com/, https://www.facebook.com/tracklib and https://twitter.com/tracklib