Well, this is a sentence I never in my 22 years of existence ever thought I would write: Pornhub (yeah, that Pornhub) are launching a record label. Yep. The year is 2014 and porn websites are launching record labels. They announced their plans earlier yesterday via Billboard, saying that they've "always seen a strong music presence from the beginning," in that artists have used their website to upload their music videos. Certainly Falty DL premiered his video for 'Greater Antilles Part 2' earlier on in 2014 on Pornhub, even though it didn't feature any NSFW acts.

Vice President Cory Price said that they're "looking for acts that aren't necessarily porn-focused," although he did admit that "we're an ad-based network looking for content that appeals to our demographic. Mature lyrics for an adult audience; no boy bands or teen-pop, for instance."

The site is looking for the Pornhub anthem, and if you think you've got what it takes, you can upload your track here. The winner will win $5,000, and it will be featured on Pornhub.tv with a guaranteed 500k pageviews.