Alan Walker Declines Renewing to his early releases fade, spectre, force

ALAN WALKER’s EARLY NCS TRACKS BEING REMOVED

Both Alan Walker and NCS released the official statement on their Instagram. Alan Walker Declines to renew agreement with NCS and he desired to take his ownership of “Fade,” “Force,” and “Spectre” which have been removed from NoCopyrightSounds’ YouTube channel.

Alan Walker

NCS is the one of the largest digital music label in the world on YouTube with over 31 million subscribers. NCS a YouTube-first label that allows creators to use and even monetize its music freely as long as they give due credit back to the content owners (Artist).

Alan Walker is the 115th most streamed artist in the world on spotify and Alan Walker is the 21st DJ according to DJ Mag 2021 result across world.

However More than 6 yrs ago he was a small bedroom producer at the time he signed with NCS as a label and he dropped his first track on NCS namely “FORCE” as following he dropped “Fade”, “Spectre” Those tracks attracted many listeners and Creators. This made Alan’s growth into one most successful producers in the world.

On November 15, 2021 Both NCS and Alan Walker Released a Statement on their Instagram page.

Alan Walker Statement released on Instagram

In the above statement alan told : He decided to Declines the renew the agreement with NCS and Takes control of his own music and creations

He assured that the creators won’t get copyright strike for using his song ” FADE , SPECTRE , FORCE “on their videos on YouTube.

NCS Statement released on Instagram :

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