Frequently Asked Question

How do I correctly credit the artist?

A general rule is that you should always credit the artist by mentioning their artist name and the track title in your video description. However, some artists promoted on the No Copyright Background Music YouTube channel wish to be credited in a specific way – if this is the case then we’ll always write how to correctly credit the artist in the description of our YouTube video. 

For all tracks released on our record label Free To Use Music, you must give credit by mentioning the track title and artist name somewhere in your video description. We’ve written examples of how to correctly credit the artists on different social media platforms down below.

Example of how to correctly credit artists on social media platforms like YouTube & Facebook.
– Write this in the description of your video: 

Music from https://freetousemusic.com
‘Track Title’ by ‘Artist Name’
‘Link to our YT-video


Example of how to correctly credit artists on social media platforms like Instagram.
– Write this in the description of your video: 

Music from @freetousemusic
‘Track title’ by @’artist’s Instagram’

If you don’t want to give credit or maybe you just want to use the track outside of social media where the option to give credit is not always available, then you will need to purchase a license (read more about this here).