LyricFind, NMPA Team Up Against Unlicensed Lyric Sites
Today, the National Music Publisher’s Association, in association with David Lowery, announced that they are taking significant action against the top 50 unlicensed lyric sites in the space. You can see the NMPA release here.
LyricFind is proud to support this initiative. As a licensing provider for lyrics, LyricFind has repeatedly contacted these sites in an effort to license them. We will of course continue to do so, and hope that these sites will take a license and continue to operate and share lyrics with the world.
The sites currently being targeted by the NMPA in this action are:
rapgenius.com, lyricsmania.com, lyricstranslate.com, lyrster.com, paroles-musique.com, kovideo.net, songonlyrics.com, index-of-mp3s.com, lyricstranslations.com, karaoke-lyrics.net, romantic-lyrics.com, maxilyrics.com, poemhunter.com, metal-head.org, songteksten.nl, lyricsres.com, songtextemania.com, lyricsboy.com, e-chords.com, popdust.com, hotnewsonglyrics.co, guitaretab.com, allthelyrics.com, oldielyrics.com, musicloversgroup.com, karafun.com, lyrics.astraweb.com, lybio.net, urbanlyrics.com, asklyrics.com, bmusiclyrics.com, nomorelyrics.net, plyrics.com, hitslyrics.com, vagalume.com.br, lyricsforsong.net, seeklyrics.com, letras.mus.br, lyricspinas.com, parolesmania.com, cowboylyrics.com, and digitaldreamdoor.com.
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