Get your music out on TikTok

Find out how to put your music on TikTok for free, so people can choose your track to soundtrack their videos and you can promote your own songs to millions of users.

Music has been built into video sharing app TikTok from the very beginning. Users can choose songs from the TikTok sounds library to soundtrack their dance challenges, lip syncs and recipe shares. So how do you get your music on TikTok to join in the fun?

To get your music out on TikTok you need to use a digital music distributor. RouteNote distribution can get your songs onto TikTok for free. And every time your music is used in a video, you’ll earn royalties.

TikTok is a spontaneous social media platform and the potential for posts to blow up overnight means that, should your song be chosen for a video which goes viral, your music can reach millions of listeners.

When you upload your music to TikTok with RouteNote’s free distribution you keep 85% of revenue – or sign up to RouteNote’s Premium distribution to keep 100% of earnings for a small fee.

It’s a pain-free process. You always retain the rights to your music and have complete control over your releases, and you’re never locked into a complicated contract.

There’s also great promotional benefits to be found from having your music on TikTok. Videos can be up to three minutes long, which is more than enough time to showcase your track. Songs that go viral on TikTok tend to be sought out on other platforms by TikTok users curious to hear the whole track, especially if just a snippet has been used.

Luckily when you upload music to TikTok with RouteNote you can also choose to distribute your songs to all the major music streaming services around the world, including Spotify and Apple Music, for no extra cost. So fans can find your song wherever they go to discover new music.


Find out more about RouteNote’s music distribution here and get your music on TikTok for free today.

I write about music for RouteNote, sharing fun stuff, news, and tips and tricks for musicians and producers. Also a saxophonist and hater of marmalade.

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One comment

    Hi, My first song is technically already out, i find it on Spotify and YouTube but i can’t find it on TikTok nor on Instagram, what can I do?

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