What qualifies as an 'explicit' track?

If your track contains obvious swear words, it’ll most likely be considered explicit by many digital stores.

If your track mentions or portrays sexual content using offensive language, it’ll be considered explicit.

Racist, discriminatory content that is found to be generally offensive by the public will be considered explicit.

If you need to cover a child's ears before putting your track on, it’s probably explicit, and that’s ok.
Just let us know so we can provide stores with the appropriate disclaimer.

You’re responsible for properly labelling your tracks as explicit (parental advisory) when you release with LANDR.

If any of your release artwork, lyrics, metadata or material has been banned by a government authority in a country where you’re releasing, you can’t release with LANDR.

Read more about parental advisory status in our Terms of Service here.

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