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The use of ghost producers has created a lot of buzz in the last couple of years. On one hand, artists like Mat Zo has spoken against it in 2015, while there are music managers who have defended the practice as a means of putting more life to the industry.
Here are the top 10 artists who have been linked to using ghost artist through the years:
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These artists have been identified to either use or work with ghost producers to come up with tracks. Although ghost producers are quite standard in
hip-hop and pop, it is only recently that they have become prevalent in EDM.
There are companies, however, who are upfront about their real intentions. Some ghost producers encourage potential clients to purchase unreleased and unique tracks from their agency, and release the track as their own.
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