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Get Your Track/Instrumental Reviewed For Single Song Publishing Deals

For In-Store Streaming to 470,000 Retail Stores And Restaurants.


** Sign up as long as you’re with a Performance Rights Organization **

** We can accept all PROs **

If you need help registering with ASCAP see here


The Opportunity

It’s a pretty simple process. We have a relationship with the number one international company for in-store media. We upload tracks to their server and contact our administrator. They review the tracks and either audition them or not (audition meaning accept, not accept). If auditioned it means they are approved and the tracks are immediately programmed into the database and made available to all of the stores that are signed up with their service. Currently they have 470,000 stores signed up in 40 different countries. It equates to about 150 million people daily hearing the music.


How It Works

You will be required to sign a single song publishing agreement with Dubb Spot Records as an artist or composer or both (if registered with ASCAP) if your music is accepted. We then list the titles in our ASCAP catalog listing us as Publisher and you the Artist/Composer as songwriter/composer within ASCAP. You will be listed as artist or composer or both so that you will obtain your piece of the royalty credit along with the Publisher, which is Dubb Spot Records.

When royalties are dispersed each quarter, the listed parties are mailed royalty checks directly or direct deposit to the information they’ve provided to ASCAP when signed up. This is pretty much ASCAP standard.

The more plays the better and needless to say it’s a very good look as far as exposure goes. Radio can’t even compete with this opportunity.



Genres Accepted

Hip Hop/Rap


Smooth Jazz

Urban Pop/Pop





New Age

Holiday Music

Adult Contemporary


Easy/Alternative Rock



Note: All music submitted must be clean, meaning absolutely no profanity.

Highly edited versions are not accepted (meaning multiple bleeps or reverses of cursing)

No Exceptions!!!


Get your music reviewed today. For more details email us at


  1. Billy Stewart

    January 4, 2012 (08:03) Reply

    I am registered with ASCAP but I am also registered as Publisher under BlueGreenInk Music [also with ASCAP]. Is this opportunity still viable under an agreement with you as Distributor?

    • bmdubb

      January 4, 2012 (11:19) Reply

      Our distribution opportunities are for the multiple digital outlets such as iTunes, Rhapsody, Amazon, etc. This opportunity is for publishing only. Us being the Publisher and you the songwriter/composer.

  2. Ray Pfob

    January 30, 2012 (20:16) Reply

    By reading your answers above.. which “multible digital outlets” are you representing?… ( it says “such as” .. ).. thanks .. Ray.

    • bmdubb

      January 30, 2012 (20:35) Reply

      Oh I get it. You’re doing backlinking. Are you a musician or a real estate agent? I guess we should head on over to your website too so it’s linked to us. We understand the concept!

      • Ray Pfob

        January 30, 2012 (22:29) Reply

        You are right.. I am a Real Estate Broker … that likes to sing .. 🙂
        I do have a few “original” Songs of which two were created with a friend and one solely by myself… ( I did get some “Airplay” a few years ago.) They are all on 45RPM Records, recorded in Recording Studios in Calgary, AB., Canada.. and put on Vinyl by Quality Records and World Records in Canada.

        ( Actually, I have a few Clips on You Tube as well )

        Now, in answer to your “backlinking”… new to me .. but.. it may also be a good thing .. right? .. :-)) Thanks, have a great Evening, Ray.

        • bmdubb

          January 31, 2012 (00:06) Reply

          Ok cool! Yes backlinking is a great thing.

  3. Bethony Riedel

    June 11, 2012 (14:22) Reply


    I am writing to find out if the single song publishing deal is exclusive? Will I still be able to submit that same song to other opportunities, and if so, would your publishing company always get the publishing income from the other opportunities?


    Bethony Riedel

    • bmdubb

      June 11, 2012 (15:26) Reply

      Responded via email.

  4. Rick "Vibe" Walker

    July 3, 2012 (20:10) Reply

    Hey, I’m currently a member of ASCAP as a songwriter and I have been for at least 12 years. My questions are what percentage of publishing would I receive? How long will I receive royalties? Will I still own any rights to my songs? Are any samples allowed in song submission?

    • bmdubb

      July 4, 2012 (07:41) Reply

      You will receive the 50% songwriter/composer side of the performance royalties. Your royalties will continue for the duration of the agreement or placements. There is an assignment of copyright required if we are going to be continuously shopping your music. But it does have a reversion clause if we cannot place your music. No samples are not allowed unless you have obtained a clearance for the samples.

    • bmdubb

      July 30, 2012 (08:26) Reply

      We appreciate the link.

  5. Jon Jon

    August 19, 2012 (08:15) Reply

    is this opportunity separate from the digital distribution, will we be able to participate in this only if we want to? will our agreement be per song(if selected), and will we be able to work with different entities for the songs that may not get selected?

    • bmdubb

      August 19, 2012 (08:42) Reply

      Yes this is separate. It will be a single song publishing agreement and you are free to submit to anyone you want on the tracks not selected. You will not receive a publishing agreement until the song is accepted. So we send it first and see if it was accepted and then sign after if it was.

  6. Jon Jon

    August 19, 2012 (19:45) Reply


  7. Terry Mitchell

    April 24, 2013 (09:11) Reply

    Please let me know whether this publishing opportunity entails an exclusive or non-exclusive agreement. Thanks in advance.

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