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Scoop Makhathini Urges Hip hop Musicians Looking For A Breakthrough To Submit Music Only Registered At SAMRO

Scoop Makhathini Urges Hip hop Musicians Looking For A Breakthrough To Submit Music Only Registered At SAMRO. Are you hip hop musician who hasn’t had a chance to have their song reach a broader audience, Scoop is here to assist.

The TV and radio personality stressed on Twitter that aspiring musicians can submit their songs to online. The aim is to give artists a breakthrough into the industry by possibly getting them deals and radio plays.

The restriction to the rule of sharing one’s music is that the songs must be registered at the SAMRO (South African Music Rights Organization). Briefly, SAMRO is a copyright asset management company that Grant’s artists an opportunity to register their music on their names.

“FOR THE MUSIC THAT IS SUBMITTED TO ME ON TWITTER.YFM HAS ASKED THAT I ONLY PLAY MUSIC THAT IS REGISTERED WITH SAMRO. ONLY SUBMIT YOUR SONGS TO ME IF THEY ARE REGISTERED OTHERWISE THE SONG WILL NOT GET PLAYED,” wrote Scoop.

Aphelele Peyana

Aphelele Peyana is a seasoned journalist at SA Hip Hop Mag. You can contact her on sahiphopmag@nine80.com

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