someone stole my music and put it on spotify under his name

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someone stole my music and put it on spotify under his name

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I noticed that someone has been using my music and renaming it to sell.

"A New Challenger Appears" by "Digital Smash" has stolen a number of tracks I've made and renamed them under his or her name to sell on multiple platforms, one of them being Prime Music. 

 

my soundcloud account is here soundcloud.com/rsfmu and the tracks hes used are 

 

Game On - a rip of my track Other World

 

Warped - a rip of my track Blur

 

Horizon - a rip of my track Skyline 

 

Adventure - a rip of my track Journey

 

Transparent - a rip of my track Clear

 

The Chase - a rip of my track Spectral Discord

 

Otherworldly - a rip of my track Terra Blade

 

The Voyage - a rip of my track Forward

 

The End Is Near - a rip of my track Apocrypha

 

I made a private playlist on SoundCloud with the tracks listed above: 

https://soundcloud.com/rsfmu/sets/the-tracks-stolen-by-digital/s-huYhZ

 

and here is the album with the stolen tracks on Spotify: 

https://open.spotify.com/album/3BM5uWhEoFFtadGuh4QSZb?si=vlB8OY8-Q-G5YpsaAHWdQg

 

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Re: someone stole my music and put it on spotify under his name

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Rock Star 16

Hey there @rsfmusic,

thanks for posting in the community !

 

As far as issues concerning Soundcloud i suggest you reach out to their support so they can provide you with the answers needed.

 

In addition, same needs to be done for your artist profile.

As this is an Artist page and personal data, please reach out to the Spotify for Artist support team using this help page for them to take a closer look.

 

Hope this helps=)

OneByBooRock Star 16
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Re: someone stole my music and put it on spotify under his name

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Maybe you can contact spotify or report him with evidence that he stole your music or claim the music as stolen.

 

Never heard of this before, but this seems like the most logical thing to do

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