Patrick works at a record label and is advising a new colleague on how to deliver an artist’s catalog to YouTube. The colleague asks Patrick whether they should deliver the songs that don’t have music videos. What should Patrick say?

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  • Yes, because if another user delivers the songs to YouTube first, that person will become the rightsholder.
  • Yes, because they become Art Tracks and are critical to earning revenue and exposure across YouTube and YouTube Premium.
  • No, because only official music videos belong on YouTube.
  • No, because Content ID can’t claim songs without music videos.

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