Legendary Producers Support New Sampling Service Tracklib

The game has changed and a new service and Tracklib hopes to make sampling like online shopping!

(AllHipHop News) Statik Selektah, Prince Paul, Erick Sermon, Hank Shocklee, QuestLove and others have come together to endorse Tracklib, a new service that makes clearing samples easier.

Tom Silverman, the founder of iconic Hip-Hop label Tommy Boy Records, has also joined in to support the new initiative.

Tracklib is a new service that makes it “easy and affordable for artists and producers to clear samples legally,” a statement says.

The Swedish start-up offers an online marketplace where producers can find, purchase and license samples from thousands of original recordings. Some tracks start at $1.99. A statement from the company says, “What iTunes did for downloads and Spotify did for streaming, Tracklib is on track to do for music sampling.”

The service has a catalog of over 50,000 tracks and it continues to grow with a selection from all genres of music.

Top producers have already seen the platform. Musicians and producers can log onto the site now to request access at www.Tracklib.com

Comments (1)
No. 1-1

Dope. Hopefully Real Hip Hop can be mainstream again.