Moonshark is NOW accepting submissions atMoonshark.com/projects/dancepad/submit-your-music, for a chance to have yourmusic included in our latest mobile music game, DancePad. A featured app byApple (New and Noteworthy, Featured Games, What’s Hot), DancePad is the hottestmobile music game to hit the App Store. Within 2 weeks of launch, DancePad wasdownloaded over 750, 000 times
DancePad is an innovative, creative and addictively funmobile music game capturing the charm of finger breakdancing (a popular Youtubememe). Check out the incredible coverage we received from the Wall StreetJournal, Variety, and PandoDaily. DancePad was made in partnership withJennifer Lopez, and numerous major and indie artists have been featuredincluding the Jabbawockeez, The Bangerz, from Mayer Hawthorne, The Whigs, andBlaqstarr.
Moonshark is currently seeking gratis use for fun, upbeat,danceable songs to feature in new levels of DancePad across the genres of:electronic, indie rock, funk, soul, R&B, Latin,pop, country, and hip hop.In addition to prominent credit for artists within DancePad, Moonshark willalso include links to download from iTunes. VisitMoonshark.com/projects/dancepad/submit-your-music and submit your music today!
With all due respect, if this app is doing that well, the makers can share a little of the wealth and pay music royalties to the person(s) who create the music.
I'm sure there are some who would consider it a thrill to have their latest Garage Band or Acid creation heard by that many people, and would do it for free. That doesn't mean not paying them is the right thing to do.
My opinion - best of luck in any case.