About The DJ Booth
- Our Mission
- What Can I Find on The DJBooth?
- What Music Do You Feature?
- Where Do You Get Your Music?
- Can I Submit My Own Music?
- What is a “Tastemaker” and How Do I Become One?
- Can I Work for The DJBooth"?
- Our Commenting Policy
- Our Copyright Policy
- Contact Us
- Advertise on the DJ Booth
- DMCA Policy
Since the birth of hip-hop, audiences everywhere have entrusted DJs with providing the soundtrack to their lives. Unfortunately, the legacy of the DJ has been lost in the digital world – that's why we've created DJBooth.net, your online DJ. We’re dedicated to bringing together a global community of music fans united around a common passion, the music we all love.
What Can I Find on The DJBooth?
The DJBooth gives you one thing and one thing only: the best new music. Not gossip, not celebrity sightings, just music. That means streaming the dopest new tracks, giving your eyeballs some new videos to devour and highlighting every notable mixtape and album worth bringing into your eardrums. Even better, every week we compile the best of the best into our Top 20 charts. Need some advice on how to play all that music? Our residents DJ’s break down what audio equipment is worth your hard-earned cash. And then there’s our most important feature, you. Join the discussion and let the world know what you think about the music we’re playing.
What Music Do You Feature?
Our crack staff of DJs listen to listen to thousands of song and video submissions to decide which songs deserve your time - it’s a tough job, but somebody’s got to do it. Whether we’re breaking exclusive material from unsigned rappers or playing official singles from established superstars, The DJBooth spins everything hip-hop and R&B has to offer.
Where Do You Get Your Music?
The DJBooth gets all its music directly from artists, labels, and our worldwide network of DJs. Why do we deserve such special attention? Because they know we’ll give their music the platform it deserves. You’ll never find broken download links or dead streams on DJBooth, just high quality audio accompanied by professional writing.
Can I Submit My Own Music?
Yes! To submit your music you must use our Music Submission System
In addition, our editors are constantly scanning the Top 20 songs from Audiomack's Most Downloaded Songs of the week. Artists can create an account and share your music with Audiomack for free with NO download limits. By promoting your Audiomack profile you can get to the top of the chart and increase your chance of being featured on DJBooth.
What is a “Tastemaker” and How Do I Become One?
A “Tastemaker” is member of The DJ Booth who has established him/herself as a trendsetting voice within the DJ Booth community. In an effort to highlight these members, every month DJBooth.net will graduate stand out “Members” to “Tastemaker.” In order to be considered for “Tastemaker” status, simply logon to DJBooth.net daily, providing insightful feedback and ratings for all our feature entries.
Can I Work for the DJ Booth?
We’re always looking to add to the crew. If you’re an aspiring DJ, musician, writer, or just a lover of music and you’d like to join the team, contact our managing editor Nathan S (Nathan[at]djbooth.net). Be sure to include a professional writing sample and a paragraph detailing why you're interested in working with us. For those of you currently hitting the books we can even offer school credit.
Our Commenting Policy
DJBooth.net is committed to creating a safe environment for all users. Any posted material that is threatening, abusive, obscene, profane, irrelevant or deemed in any other way inappropriate will be removed. No conduct shall be undertaken that, in DJBooth.net’s judgment, restricts or inhibits any other user from using or enjoying the site. Users are encouraged to contact DJBooth.net staff when they encounter questionable material. DJBooth.net reserves the right to ban from the site persons who violate this policy.
Content on the Website is provided for personal use only and may not be downloaded, copied, reproduced, distributed, transmitted, broadcast, displayed, sold, licensed, or otherwise exploited for any other purposes whatsoever without the prior written consent of the respective owners.
DJBooth.net respects all copyright laws. The music we post on our site has been sent to us by its owners or representatives of the owners who have given us permission to do so. If you are a copyright owner or a representative thereof and believe that any content infringes upon your copyrights, you may submit a notification pursuant to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act ("DMCA") to (dave[at]djbooth.net) and the material will be promptly removed.
We allow third-party companies to serve ads and/or collect certain anonymous information when you visit our web site. These companies may use non-personally identifiable information (e.g., click stream information, browser type, time and date, subject of advertisements clicked or scrolled over) during your visits to this and other Web sites in order to provide advertisements about goods and services likely to be of greater interest to you. These companies typically use a cookie or third party web beacon to collect this information. To learn more about this behavioral advertising practice or to opt-out of this type of advertising, you can visit networkadvertising.org.
DJBooth.net will not share the email addresses or personal information of its members with any third parties.
Contact information for The DJ Booth Staff can be found on the Contact Us page.
Brands and agencies looking to promote their campaign on The DJ Booth can contact Dave Macli at dave[at]djbooth.net.
Legal - DMCA Policy
All music available for streaming and download on DJ Booth is done so with either implicit or direct permission from the artist(s), their representative, or their label. If you feel that anything on our website violates a copyright please send an email to dave[at]djbooth.net and we will quickly respond to your request. DJBooth respects the rights of copyright holders and employs a proactive content control process. All music that is submitted to our system is reviewed for unauthorized material by our editors before it is published on DJBooth. Content submitted by repeat infringers are ignored by our editorial team and are never published on the DJBooth website. DJBooth's registration with the U.S. Copyright Office’s directory of service providers and copyright agents can be found HERE.
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