Welcome To Elefant Traks Licensing
Based in Sydney, Elefant Traks is one of Australia's leading hip hop and beats labels. The Elefant Traks Licensing arm launched in September 2015, bringing the music catalogue to life on the Soundgizmo platform. Elefant Traks Licensing enables content creators and filmmakers to submit hassle-free synch requests and access music license approvals to bring their productions to life.
- New to music licensing? Check out our F.A.Q.’s for an introduction to the basics.
- Looking for inspiration? We’ve put together some mood-based playlists to get you started.
- Found the perfect track? Request a license by clicking on the license button and filling in the request form.
Happy synching, and don’t hesitate to get in touch with any questions!
‘If You Know What I Mean’ is so fluent and self-assured; it captures Solo and Adit with the top down. Production is fly, lyrics are tight; it’s all so deceptively effortless – and a breezy taste of what’s sounding like their most impressive album to date. Horrorshow have always had an authenticity about their music, earning them an almost unrivalled dedication from their fanbase, who express their appreciation with tattooed lyrics and collected ticket stubs. ‘If You Know What I Mean’ finds Horrorshow in a great place; ambitious and confident, yet honest and direct; it’s an ode to giving yourself permission to feel good about yourself and your achievements. With a striking video clip and a live tour announce to boot, If You Know What I Mean is generating some well-deserved excitement. It's available to license now through Elefant Traks - you can listen to it here.
In a flurry of excitement at his sold-out Oxford Art Factory show last week, Urthboy announced onstage that B Wise had joined the Elefant Traks Family! Triple J’s Zan Rowe then got the exclusive on her Take 5 segment the following morning. Today, we make it official, and can tell you B Wise is finishing off his first EP for release in August. B Wise has been turning heads across the country since the release of the infectious ‘Prince Akeem’ (“It’s more than a party jam – this song IS a party” Dom Alessio), and the outstanding follow-up ‘Lately’. The buzzing African-Australian MC went on to win over unfamiliar crowds supporting Vince Staples, Freddie Gibbs, Tuka (Thundamentals) and Yelawolf, as well as gracing festivals stages at Listen Out Sydney and The Plot. 2016 has been bigger than ever for B Wise, kicking off the year with a performance at the FBi Radio SMAC Festival and scoring a nomination for ‘Next Big Thing’ in the FBi SMAC Awards. In March, he earned his first official addition on triple j with ‘40 Days’, his latest single produced by Nic Martin. After jumping on Urthboy’s ‘Running Into The Flames’ and working closely with him, B Wise explains how it all aligned: “Over the last 12 months, Urthboy and I have built a solid relationship and I’ve always found his insights sincere and inspiring. This assured me that joining the Elefant Traks family would provide me with the support system to create the way I wanted and not be afraid to do things a little different to what’s coming out of Australian scene at the moment. Plus, Elefant Traks is a legendary label, it was a no brainer!” Elefant Traks licensing is excited to announce that 'Lately' and '40 Days' are now available for licensing. You can listen to them here.
Introducing Elefant Traks' newest signing, OKENYO, and her new single '10 Feet Tall'. OKENYO emerges from the pack as a uniquely charismatic artist, part of a new generation of powerful women making their mark. Mysterious and evocative in her lyricism and storytelling, ’10 feet tall’ is an introduction to a special artist. Okenyo announced herself in 2015 with the wry and colourful ‘Just A Story’, turning heads here and Internationally. It was featured in CLASH (UK), Noisey (US) and HUNGER TV (UK), who described OKENYO as “Equal parts Frank Ocean, Grace Jones and M.I.A.” 2016 began with a bang, joining label-mate Urthboy and the supreme Sampa The Great on the warm and uplifting ‘Second Heartbeat’ - a favourite on triple j and community radio alike. 10 Feet Tall sees her collaborating with producer Badcop (Tkay Maidza’s ‘Brontosaurus’ and ‘Handle My Ego’). With a mission statement of igniting strength and spirit in the women around her, she explains the meaning behind the song: “Sometimes before you know it you’re stuck in a way of living and it feels almost impossible to make a change, to break habits. But if it isn’t enough, why stay the same? 10 Feet Tall is a manifesto for the future: stand tall and claim your power.” Directed and created by Josh Harris (Welcome The Machines), the video clip has style and intrigue, and a girl gang that will pack a punch. With an enthralling new single, a fresh label deal and a national tour ahead of her, the excitement has just begun. ’10 Feet Tall’ is available now to license via Elefant Traks. Listen to it here.
Want to learn more about animating a music video... Dom Aldis recently animated 'The Arrow' by Urthboy and told us all about drawing hundreds of images to create this masterpiece - have a read on our blog