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Hey Taxi family, new member here, very excited to be cranking out tunes on a deadline. I wanted to know that if a song were to be signed to an exclusive deal would that mean I couldn't release it as an artist myself? Thanks!
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They want control of the master & thus you might not be able to release it independently, it would depend on the deal with that particular entity. You'd need to clarify if offered a deal (assuming your music is not already released.) You could call TAXI and ask as well.
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