Slip.stream, a music platform that offers over 50,000 creator-safe music tracks, is partnering with 6x Grammy winning artist and producer T-Pain on the release of his latest collection of royalty free music, The Pizzle Pack 3. Additionally, Slip.stream has added T-Pain to its advisory board. The news was announced on Music Business Worldwide this morning.
T-Pain, a lifelong gamer, early Twitch streamer and leader of his own team, Nappy Boy Gaming, has long recognized the music issues that plague creators. He released the Pizzle Pack 1 and 2, collections of songs and beats that people could stream without fear of copyright claim or DMCA strike, in 2020 to help combat the issue gamers and creators faced.
“I started the Pizzle Pack to help all the gamers be able to use dope music in their streams and not worry about getting strikes and claims. Slip.stream just gets it and that’s why I’m so excited to be a part of their advisory board. Together we’re gonna fuck shit up.”
“T-Pain is a pioneer in so many respects – as an artist, producer, entrepreneur, and now as a gamer. Slip.stream is about creating a bridge between musicians and the content creators who want to use their music. We couldn’t think of anyone more perfect to be a part of the team and help guide us as we grow,” said Slip.stream Co-CEO Dan Demole.
The Pizzle Pack 3 will be available to stream on Oct. 29th at Slip.stream as well as via the Twitch Music Library.
Slip.stream is a creator safe music platform. Built with creators in mind, Slip.stream launched with a copyright strike safe library of over 50,000 tracks and 40,000 sound effects, filled with real music from real artists. With over 20M YouTube video creators, 34M gaming streamers on multiple platforms and 30M independent creators worldwide, Slip.stream is removing the friction around music rights and allowing creators to include music they love in their videos and streams and musicians ownership of their creations, along with opportunity to gain new fans and revenue streams.
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