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Ryan Larry and Delence Sheares, two geniuses who identified a need in the music industry, got together to create a social marketplace for the music industry. They realized that this did not exist before, so they aimed to create a platform for audio vocals instead of the usual, which is audio instrumentals. They called this marketplace ‘Versebooks.’

The inspiration for Versebooks came from a music industry relationship between Ryan and an A&R named Matthew Markoff who brokers verses in Los Angeles. Ryan said, “As an Executive Producer, I have catalogs of music that I own from various artists I have worked with, mainstream and unknown. My A&R buddy licenses verses I own for substantial money randomly, so I knew it was a demand for verses, just no platform. One day I was speaking to Delence about apps and gave him the idea based on that for Versebooks, and it was officially under construction.

After months of construction and development, the idea dawned on Ryan to inquire with Matthew about possibly buying one of his vast catalogs of music. After a few conference calls and a meeting with Ryan’s well seasoned intellectual property attorney Bernie Lawrence- Watkins, the deal was officially in motion and sealed. This acquisition will enable Versebooks users to have licensing access to over 360 verses and compositions from over 100+ mainstream artists ranging from A-List to C-List celebrities. The strategic partnership with Holy Toledo Productions and Anno Domini Nation will also award the capability of custom verses and production for premium users of the application.

Who can use Versebooks?

Versebooks extends to writers, artists, copyright owners, DJs, record labels, aspiring musicians, and even ordinary people. These people can use the marketplace to acquire, manage, monetize, and market intellectual properties with only this one revolutionary application. This application alone makes things far easier for anyone looking to find a secure method for audio vocals to be stored or exchanged. Whatever you may need to do with your content, Versebooks has a way to help you get it done.

Top-notch security:

A significant concern that people may have is security to ensure that all of their content in the application is safe and that all transactions are secure. Versebooks is entirely transparent on this issue as their security system is similar to that of major online currencies such as Bitcoin.

This system is none other than blockchain.

This encryption system ensures safety, security, and transparency for every transaction conducted on the application. As the same method of blockchain and hashing is used for significant cryptocurrencies, Versebooks will store all of your data and transactions on a platform that treats this data the same way as most online currencies

Because this is secure, you will not have to worry about waiting for similar applications to spring up. Versebooks has it all.

The limitless uses:

With Versebooks, the possibilities are endless with its multiple uses. One of the most valuable of these is its ability to generate license agreements. This process occurs in the blink of an eye, but there’s more. They are simultaneously registered with ASCAP, BMI, or SESAC. But that isn’t even the most fascinating part- this is all done before it is even uploaded!

This speedy generation and registration will be extremely advantageous for music supervisors who have trouble hunting for synch licenses for film/television or want it to happen faster. It will also assist DJs and artists who wish to remix or reuse vocals as permits are required to prevent copyright infringement.

This application will be beneficial for those record labels that own a vast catalog of dormant music. Now, they will have a platform that monetizes those catalogs for them and repeatedly monetizes the same content out of those catalogs. They can do this through non-exclusive licensing agreements.


Lastly, this application can also help out celebrities. They can easily license, raffle or auction off verses to their fans or aspiring artists inspired by them directly. This distribution will be much easier as there is no hassle or lengthy paperwork processes that usually come up when labels and lawyers are involved. This app will genuinely change the industry, and the way music is created!

Why Versebooks is perfect for you?

Many people may be used to the system of endless pages of legal work, so why exactly is Versebooks the best alternative out there?

First of all, like mentioned above, security is unquestionable while physical paperwork can be compromised. Along with this, the quick generation of license agreements and registration with ASCAP, BMI, or SESAC makes the whole process way faster and more convenient. Let's take a real-world example where Versebooks could have prevented a significant issue that sprung up.

Not long ago, rapper Cardi B released a song titled “Up” and there were allegations of plagiarism from an unknown artist in regards to the lyrics. How could have Versebooks prevented this? Songwriters like Cardi B (or even the accuser) can register and manage their compositions and ownership rights to those compositions on the Blockchain before being released to the public. Information hashed into blockchain technology is time stamped and cannot be altered. Case closed!

Versebooks is still reliable in a different scenario because the application can help record labels find new and relevant uses of those dormant verses in the catalogs within which they own rights, hence the Nipsey Hussle and Jay-Z collaboration. In a world where the music landscape is continuously evolving to the point that it is overwhelming, blockchain technology creates a layer of decentralized security and transparency. As a result, nothing is ever done against anyone’s will, and privacy is never compromised.

The creators’ history:

If you’re still in doubt, simply because you don’t know who is involved in this process, let’s delve into the creators: Ryan Larry and Delence Sheares. Ryan is an executive music producer from Columbus, Ohio, with a history of developing artists. His most notable work is Trippie Redd which was actually in the earliest stages of his career, so he could only go up from there. Delence, from Toledo, Ohio, is a graduate of MIT specializing in computer programming and coding, and blockchain technology. Both these creators specialize in the two major stakeholders of the application: music and coding.

This history proves that the application was constructed by people with realistic goals who knew what they wanted, how to create it, and how to execute it effortlessly. Collectively, this created a practical, quick, secure, and simple alternative to lengthy paperwork and compromised security for music creators worldwide. Learn more at http://buymusicshares.com/

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