Generic content refers to music that might be considered as not coming from a genuine artist. At Unchained Music, we have guidelines to help artists avoid being flagged for generic music. Here's what you should know:
Avoid Excessive Repetition: Ensure that your music doesn't have excessive repetition, noise, sound effects, or other non-musical content. Our platform does not support this type of content.
Use Original Cover Art: Your cover art should represent you as an artist and provide information about the release. Picture-only tracks without release information may be flagged as generic.
Content Checks: Our quality control team may check your releases for the following:
- Avoiding explicit references to genres in artist names, albums, or track titles (e.g., "Rock," "Pop," "Trap").
- Not using generic artist names like “Chorus,” “Orchestra,” or “Singer.”
- Avoiding basic musical terms or expressions that reference instruments, concepts, or structures.
- Not using expressions that explicitly describe the use of music (e.g., "Music for Sleeping," "Music for Yoga").
- Providing original cover art, not generic templates.
- Titles that do not include generic descriptive language (e.g., "Ringtone," "Game Music").