“Get PAID off your music”


Urban culture has become a massive influence on how people chose to experience life. The mass media uses us in order to identify with its consumers and they are willing to pay for it. It’s well known that conventional ways of getting paid in the music industry are far from what they used to be. Records sales are down and finding tour money as an independent artist is an uphill battle. As an artist, you need to diversify your approach and expand your options. This is where we come in:

Allow CANaudio to be your first step towards the future of generating music industry paychecks and letting your artistic craft sustain the desired lifestyle that comes along with it. CANaudio bridges the gap between your music and corporate mass media. Be part of a new way of thinking and let us be your urban music mass media launch pad.


CANaudio’s team is comprised of music industry executives with decades of experience. From the creation process, management, song placements, publishing or releasing major projects, our staff has worked with some of the biggest artists and producers in the world including Drake, Jay-Z, Lil Wayne, 50 Cent, OutKast, Nas, Rick Ross, Kelly Rowland, Fantasia, Boi-1da, Midi Mafia, Tone Mason, Arthur McArthur and many more. We have strong relationships with major labels and publishing companies and have placed music with companies such as Viacom, BET, MTV, MuchMusic, Rockstar Games, AKI, EA Canada as well as a long list of advertising and corporate firms.


The process is simple. If you are an artist or producer looking to get your music placed in mass media then fill out our submission form. This form is not a contract and by filling it out you are not obligated in any way to sign any agreements. The form is merely an introduction to let us know where you currently stand within your music career. Once we have received the submitted form our staff will review it and will contact you to discuss your options.

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