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Why do DJs use ghost producers?

Whatever your opinion of ghost producers is, you will be amazed to find out whose names have been used to produce music by artists and DJs instead of themselves.
The use of ghost producers is not completely unjust to some. Despite knowing what they’re doing and knowing they won’t receive credit for their work, the ghost producer knows exactly what they’re doing.
The artist they produce for fully understands that he will receive all the glory from the contract. It is not uncommon for people to become ghost producers to avoid the spotlight of being a musician.

When they start in the music industry, some do it simply as a way to gain experience. It allows them to learn how to produce real music, and they can often take these abilities throughout their careers.

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