The MusicTT Resources page provides you with tools to take your career to the next level. Click on any banner to access these tools. Look out for more updates as we update this list with more industry tools.
Contracts are essential in the current music ecosystem. MusicTT provides you with over 50 contract templates and examples that cover everything from Artist Management to Hospitality Riders
Disclaimer: Note well that this is not to be taken as legal advice. MusicTT recommends that independent legal advice should still be sought.
SocaHub is a Soca music rating website. They aim to show the world the most popular Soca music listened to for that week. The charts currently use data from YouTube views to generate their weekly charts.
YouTube is the number one source for music consumption in Trinidad and Tobago. View the music charts for the islands and capitalize on the consumption trends affecting your music today!
Spotify is the number one source for music streaming in the world. The team at Spotify curates playlists of all types. Although Spotify isn’t readily available in Trinidad and Tobago, this playlist shows the top songs from Trinbagonian Artists being consumed all over the world.
There are over 50 million songs on Apple Music. This playlist shows the current top 100 songs being played in Trinidad and Tobago. See what people are listening to and position yourself to break into the top 100!
Caziq is the first music streaming app dedicated to Caribbean music! The Caziq app is currently available on iOS. From Soca to Calypso, Dancehall to Roots Reggae, Steelpan and everything in-between, Caziq has the Caribbean music enthusiast covered!
d’Music has a catalogue of over 40 million songs that can be streamed and downloaded. d’Music is available on Android, iOS and via the web.
Audiomack is a music streaming and distribution platform that allows artists to upload music and podcasts for listeners across its mobile apps and site.
Do you want access to a network of over 5000 Musicians, Artistes and music enthusiasts? The Trinidad & Tobago Music of All Types Facebook group is highly engaged and the feedback and networking potential is essential in today’s competitive music market.
Formally known as the National Registry of Artists and Cultural Workers, the Artist Registry is a database of nationals of Trinidad and Tobago who operate within the creative sector. This initiative, launched in February 2011, has facilitated the development of the creative sector through the recognition and certification of the bona fide of individuals, organisations and creative productions.
Every band is different. Every artist has different needs. Make sure that in your next show, your voice is heard. Musicotec helps you do it by creating your technical rider.
David Stops’ “How to Make a Living from Music” is a guide designed for musicians and music professionals who wish to hone their knowledge of the music business.
BMAT tracks what music has been played so artists get the recognition they deserve. This international service is used by copyright and performing rights organizations around the world. MusicTT offers the service for free to monitor music plays for the top 32 Radio Stations in Trinidad and Tobago.