(A) Yes, because if another user delivers the songs to YouTube first, that person will become the rightsholder.
(B) Yes, because they become Art Tracks and are critical to earning revenue and exposure across YouTube and YouTube Premium.
(C) No, because only official music videos belong on YouTube.
(D) No, because Content ID can’t claim songs without music videos.
Patrick should say Yes because the songs without videos can become Art Tracks and are an important way to expose their catalog to new viewers and maximize revenue on YouTube and YouTube Premium.
This question is a part of the YouTube Music Rights Management Certification Exam. You can get answers to all the questions asked in this exam on our YouTube Music Rights Management Certification Assessment Answers page.