- What happens if I choose Facebook/Instagram as a store?
We will make your music available on Facebook and Instagram's different music products and features:

In addition to that, we will also monetize Facebook/Instagram videos (uploaded by any user) that contain your tracks.

- I want my music to be available on Facebook/Instagram, what do I have to do?
For new releases, just make sure to choose a store package that includes Facebook/Instagram.

If you choose not to opt-out, all releases published before January 23rd 2020 will automatically be delivered to Facebook/Instagram during February (at no extra cost).

- Will I earn any royalties?
Yes, we will report back the usage on these services just like with any other store or music service.

- How do I add lyrics to my music on Instagram Stories?
This is done via Musixmatch, and not via Record Union.

Musixmatch is super easy to use, and we recommend that all of our artists check it out. Read more about the lyrics feature here and visit their general helpdesk/FAQ here.

- When will I be able to add my track on Instagram Stories?
It's hard to say an exact date right now, since Instagram needs to process your release in their end as well. However, we'll start the deliveries in the beginning of February, so our estimation right now is mid to late February. (We'll update this article and post on our socials when we know more.)

Please note that some content is not approved for Facebook/Instagram - such as meditation, yoga and sleep music, comedy recordings, classical music recordings of compositions in the public domain, audiobooks, podcasts, nature and wildlife recordings.

- When I click on the artist on the track, it says "No profile has been linked to this artist"
Facebook/Instagram have an algorithm that is working hard all the time to match tracks to their artists pages. In your case, it hasn't quite managed to link your Instagram account with your tracks yet. But don't worry, all the tracks will eventually link up to the correct page - thanks for your patience!

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