King or Queen sounds like good titles to me.
Because of how they want content displayed on their services, some of our partner stores have specific rules about what can and can’t go into track or album titles. There aren’t many, and most of the things that aren’t allowed don’t come up very often, but it’s worth being aware of them.
Track and release titles on releases uploaded through RouteNote can’t contain the following:
Your titles can’t contain underscores ( _ ). Some stores will outright reject releases because of this.
- Single/original mix
Titles can’t describe the release as a single or original mix. Again, this is a specific rule for some stores.
- Distribution companies/stores
You can’t mention distribution companies or platforms (e.g. RouteNote, Spotify, YouTube, etc.) in your titles.
- Numerical dates or timestamps
Titles can’t contain numerical dates or timestamps. For example, your title cannot be – 07/12/94 or 07/12 or 13:48. However, non-numerical dates are fine; e.g. July 7th 1990.
- Generic titles
Titles can’t be too generic (please see our generic names and titles style guide article for more about this).
- Contact information
Titles can’t any contact information (please see our contact information style guide article for more about this).
- Special characters
Titles can’t use characters that are either not part of a language or are non-standard punctuation (please see our unrecognised characters style guide article for more about this).
Please note! If your release is a single, your album title must match your track title! And your title versions at track level must match your album version!
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