Covering all cover metadata rules ‘n’ regs – this time, the C line!
This field shouldn’t include composers – for example, if you were covering “She Loves You” by The Beatles, the C line should credit The Beatles, not John Lennon and Paul McCartney.
You can leave the year on the left as the current year. It doesn’t have to be the year the original came out.
If you’ve uploaded an album where only one track is a cover and the others are self composed, you should put both the original performing artist of the covered song and the artist who composed the rest in the C line. These should be separated by a comma, like this:
Have a watch of the video below for more info on cover songs!
More on cover releases:
Can I upload cover songs with RouteNote?
What is a cover song?
Can I cover a song and use audio from the original track?
How do I format stores and territories for a cover release without a mechanical license?
How do I license a cover?
How do I credit the original artist if my release is a cover?
Which stores and territories can I send a cover track to?
What should I put in the P line if my release is a cover?
Can I choose ‘soundtrack’ as my genre if the release is a cover?