With a non-exclusive license, the producer grants the artist permission to use the beat to create a song of their own and distribute it online. The producer will still retain copyright ownership and the artist has to adhere to the rights granted in the agreement. Non-exclusive licensing, also known as ‘leasing’, is the most common form of beat licensing. This non-exclusive license has a limitation on sales, plays, streams, or views. The license only allows a maximum number of 150,000 streams online and/or 100,000 views on YouTube. The license expires 365 days from the purchase date on Gotchabeats.com. After that date, the artist must remove from all online formats. The license will also need to be renewed as soon as the buyer reached the maximum amount of streams and/or plays.