I don't wanna rain on no ones parade here on Glory Noon, especially since I wanna see this place turn happenin by the end of 2018.
BUT, I wanna help protect each other. Learn from my mistake.
Little backstory - Bought a beat from someone through Paypal cause I wanted to use their music in something I made. No actual legal agreement was made, I put it up on youtube, they filed a DMCA strike against me because they had that music on their website too. I essentially paid for a product and never owned it because legally, it wasn't transfered.
Now, I know some ya'll worrying about lawyers and legal fee's and whatnot. But it actually aint that expensive.
Here. Lookit this.
https://www.upcounsel.com/intellectual ... agreement
Basically, thats a free template that cuts out legalese. It just says "Im buyin this thing from this guy, and this is what it is. And what it's defined as." which can hold up in court if it ever becomes a thing down the line.
Thought ya'll should know that first.