In general, it is absolutely vital for you to make sure that the recording release information is indicated 100% precisely correct. We are specifically referring to correct spelling, punctuation, and capitalization. Incorrect information on the recording release will cause incorrect tracking, delays in royalty distribution, and could possibly prevent your royalties from being allocated to you!
For Artist Pseudonyms: You should have noticed during your sign up process that we asked for your associated artist names, or artist pseudonyms. When you register a work, you will also notice that we ask for the correct artist pseudonym associated with the recording of your work. It is absolutely vital that you provide the exact name of the artist pseudonym of the recording of your work – correct spelling, punctuation (if any), correct capitalization – exactly as it appears on patner platforms. Example #1: DJ Alex Preston vs. Alex Preston vs. Alex Preston (AUS). Example #2: MUSTDIE! Vs. Mustdie! Vs. MUSTDIE
For “Release Title”: If it is an EP and was distributed to partners with the release name “Awesome EP,” indicate “Awesome EP” in our system – not just “Awesome.”