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This basically means you need to list the Title, Artist & Producer (Beatmaker) associated with the work. Here’s an example:
Music: "Title" by Artist (Prod. By 787Beatz) or (Prod. By 787Beatz) in the description.
As a general matter, checking with artist or curator is a good idea. You can also check over the License of the purchased track.
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