Current Music

Current Music® is a boutique licensing and music production company who made our mark in hip hop and EDM, but now span all genres.

Whether you choose full-time music directors to curate free playlists or our fast, accurate search engine, you’ll find just the music style you seek from our 70,000+ exclusive tracks in 25 diverse catalogs.

Our celebrated team of artists create original songs and compositions, plus design sound, edit and score.

Our Services

Current Music: Services - Music Library


Our huge catalog offers music you can’t get from anyone else in the US or Canada. Spanning all decades and genres: hip hop, classical, EDM, authentic jazz, international ethnic/tribal and many more. Look no further!

Learn More »
Current Music: Services - Original Songs

Original Songs

Our artists have worked with Dr. Dre, Ellie Goulding, Lil Wayne, Beyonce, to name just a few. Join the ranks of Disney, Fox, NBC and other clients who turn to Current Music to create and perform the perfect song.

Learn More »
Current Music: Services - Clearance and Re-Records

Clearance & Re-Records

Need a popular hit song for your project? Our seasoned partners at Music Rightz get permission for you. Or if you want a brand new recording or remix, Current Music takes over.

Learn More »

Our Work

Current Music indie rock song in Crazy Ex Girlfriend Season 4

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Season 4

The musical dramedy Crazy Ex-Girlfriend returns for a fourth season as Rebecca, having been diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder, plead guilty to attempted murder. What will be in store in the fall of 2018 is anyone guess!

Learn More »
Boy Erased uses Mark Time from Current Music

Boy Erased

Boy Erased is a 2018 film by director Joel Edgerton, starring Russell Crowe and Nicole Kidman.  “Boy Erased” Premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) in 2018 and Current Music will be there!

Learn More »
Acts of Violence film uses Current Music song

Acts of Violence

Acts of Violence, starring Bruce Willis, is a fast-paced film, harkening back to the days of the 70s/80s action thrillers. The hip hop song, “Get Crazy”, is used in the film.

Learn More »

Click below then type any LETTER on your keyboard