Non Copyright Music for Hip Hop Fans

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Looking for some non-copyrighted music for your next hip hop track? Check out our blog for a list of the best places to find quality, royalty-free music.


There are many different types of non copyright music for hip hop fans. This includes old school, rap, trap, and underground. Each type of music has its own unique history and sound.

There are many websites that offer non copyright music for hip hop fans. Some websites require you to sign up for a free account, while others allow you to download tracks without signing up. You can also find non copyright music on YouTube and SoundCloud. In this article, we will show you how to find non copyright music for your hip hop tracks.

Look for music without lyrics

When it comes to finding non copyright music, the best place to start is with music that doesn’t have any lyrics. This type of music is often called “instrumental” or “ambient” music, and it can be perfect for Hip Hop tracks. Not only is it easy to find this type of music online, but it’s also relatively inexpensive (or even free) to use in your songs.

There are a few different ways to find instrumental or ambient music. One option is to search for it on YouTube. To do this, just go to YouTube and type in “instrumental Hip Hop” or something similar. This should bring up a ton of results, and you can usually find some good tracks this way.

Another option is to look for websites that specialize in selling or giving away this type of music. A quick Google search should turn up a few different options, and you can usually find some good deals on tracks here.

Finally, you can always try contacting the artist directly and asking if they would be willing to let you use their track in your song (assuming, of course, that you’re not looking to make any money off of the song). Many artists are happy to oblige, so it’s definitely worth a shot!

When you want to use a particular piece of music in your hip hop video, the first step is to determine if the music is copyrighted. If it is, then you will need to obtain permission from the copyright holder before you can use it. You can do this by checking the copyright status of the music.

There are a few ways to do this. One way is to search for the song on a website like ASCAP or BMI. These websites maintain databases of copyrighted music and can tell you if a particular song is protected by copyright. Another way to check the copyright status of music is to look for a notice on the recording itself. Often, there will be a notice indicating that the music is copyrighted.

If you’re not sure whether or not the music you want to use is copyrighted, you can always contact the copyright holder and ask for permission to use the song. In most cases, the copyright holder will be happy to grant you permission, as long as you give them credit in your video.

Use only a small portion of the music

When looking for non copyrighted music, it is important to only use a small portion of the music. This means that you should not use the entire song or more than 30 seconds of the song. This will help to ensure that you are not violating any copyright laws. You can find non copyrighted music by searching for it online or by contacting the artist directly.


We hope you enjoyed our guide to non copyright music for hip hop fans. Remember, when choosing music for your videos, it’s important to consider the overall tone and message you’re trying to communicate. If you’re unsure about a track, it’s always best to err on the side of caution and choose something else.

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