let me introduce myself
I'M FRIBIT, THE ROYALTY FREE MUSIC
WEB RADIO BY MOOSBOX
YOU CAN LISTEN TO WHEREVER YOU WANT 24/7.
MY SOUND IS POP BUT I RANGE BETWEEN
GENRES AND STYLES TO KEEP IN STEP
WITH THE DAILY GROOVE.
I switch on in the morning ☀️ with a light AC* sound, then increase the beat
with a faster paced uptempo* and reach
drive-time* ready to unleash a purely positive mood.
If I play R&B* and urban* from dusk until evening, it's when it gets dark 🌙 that I get alternative* and then lo-fi*.
At the weekend the vibe grows from afternoon to late evening, when Latin wave* becomes dance* and the energy kicks in 🔥
If you already have clear ideas, switch directly to Moosbox, otherwise continue
I'll explain it to you right now: Royalty Free music is often designed for commercial activities that want to broadcast music without paying the additional costs of traditional catalogue licences (SIAE, SCF, LEA, etc.).
For a set price and regardless of square footage, you get a full licence, known as Royalty Free, with which you can access a large music catalogue that can be broadcast anywhere in the world.
If you are a shop, it's handy, isn't it?
Simple! It's really good: the full licence offers a truly extensive music catalogue, which is constantly being updated and full of tracks suitable for different places and moods.
As a Royalty Free music radio, I'm the perfect background music not only for a store or business, but also when you are relaxing, studying or working, during dinner or at aperitif time.
Royalty Free music has the advantage that it does not evoke excessively strong or negative emotions associated with traditional songs. In other words: it does not distract you from whatever the main activity is that you are doing!
In short, my music makes a difference without interfering, it accompanies during the day but without becoming heavy.
With MoosBox you can buy a Royalty Free licence and create the radio that suits your brand! The price is unique, the catalogue is extensive, and the commercials are personalised.create your radio