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Veteran Rapper Vintage Soul's ''Looking at taking on the world''

Veteran Rapper Vintage Soul’s ”Looking at taking on the world”

Vintages Soul 2009

Vintages Soul 2009

You can sell your music on the Internet without music piracy. See SoundClick.com, with your own copyrights, you can have, what looks like, your own personal record company. SoundClick.com Artist like Veteran Los Angeles Rapper Vintage Soul have some of the highest ratings on the Website:

MP3 Page Music Charts position:
» highest in charts: # 3196 (1,876,524 songs currently listed in HipHop) Considered in the TOP 5 percentile
» highest in sub-genre: # 505 (245,773 songs currently listed in HipHop > Hardcore Rap) Considered in the TOP 10 percentile

See HDATSMAG on Soundclick.com 

UPDATE August 7, 2013

MP3 Page Music Charts position:

» highest in charts:   # 1953   (1,879,589 songs currently listed in HipHop) Considered in the Top 1%ile
» highest in sub-genre:   # 319   (245,936 songs currently listed in HipHop > Hardcore Rap) Considered in the Top 5%ile

 

Hear & Buy the music:

SoundClick artist: Vintage Soul – page with MP3 music downloads 

 SoundClick artist: VintageSoul 2009 –

SoundClick artist: Vintage Soul – page with MP3 music downloads

 

What is “Music Piracy?”

Music piracy is the copying and distributing of copies of a piece of music for which the composer, recording artist, or copyright-holding record company did not give consent. It is a form of copyright infringement, which is a civil wrong and, under certain circumstances, even a crime in many countries. The late 20th and early 21st centuries saw much controversy about copyright piracy, regarding the ethics of the act redistributing media content, how much production and distribution companies in the media were losing, and the very scope of what ought to be considered “piracy”—and cases involving the piracy of music were among the most frequently discussed in the debate (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_music_piracy).

 

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