Since its inauguration in 2006, Roblox has been a source of neverending fun for its steadily increasing fanbase, which literally exploded circa 2017, and then again in 2020.

Being an online game platform and game creation system, the range of expression for users of Roblox has virtually no boundaries. The library of games is simply astounding, but the fact that literally everyone can make their own game, is more than hypercool. What tops it all off though is the possibility to share the experiences together with your friends.

Game blockbusters like Adopt me!, Piggy or Jailbreak, lesser known titles e.g. Storage or Drive Cars Down A Hill, or downright oddities in the vein of Normal Elevator or Poop with Friends surely equip you with hundreds of imperishable memories. But nothing boosts up the gaming experience even more than music!

What are Roblox Music Codes?

Roblox music code is a set of digits which serves as a song or sound ID, which you may implement as OST to the game you are working upon on the Roblox studio, or to the one you are currently playing.

If you want to use any roblox song ID or sound id, there is a fee to be paid in the in-game currency called Robux. The whole process of buying is intuitive and it shouldn’t present any problems.

Typical Roblox Music Codes

As of 2023, Roblox music presents itself as a bottomless ocean of choice, from mainstream pop hits to obscure noisy mashups of various electronic genres. Apart from the obvious choices like Billie Eilish, Lil Nas X, Bebe Rexha and Dua Lipa, one of the most beloved Roblox earwormrs are It’s Raining Tacos, I love Potatoes and Mr. Bean Song.

There are of course timeless classical pieces, too, like Für Elise by Beethoven, Clair de Lune by Debussy and Nocturne in E-Flat Major by Chopin. Literally, everyone finds something which suits their moods or music preferences.

Acquiring and Implementing Music Codes

Roblox music codes library is vast. With hundreds of thousands of songs at your disposal, you may use up to 120 of them in a single game, either as a soundtrack or a playlist.

There are many databases and sources of Roblox music codes, the official one as well as third-party platforms. The former being As to the latter, some of the most reliable ones are:

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There are two methods to use songs as OST: via boombox or gamepass.

Let’s check out the first approach. Before you do anything, make sure a so-called radio feature is provided in the game you wish to alter its soundtrack. The first step is to buy a boombox using your Robux currency. Then head to your inventory and equip your brand new boombox.

It will be placed on your avatar’s shoulder just like b-boys from the 80’s did back in the day. Now comes the tricky part, you have to find the game which allows you to use a boombox. These are not as popular as they were a couple of years back, nevertheless they are still available. The next step is to select your boombox, and type in or paste the code you have copied from one of the above-mentioned Roblox music codes libraries. Click play and enjoy the music!

The second approach is via so-called Gamepass. Again, choose the game with the enabled radio feature, and start it. Then open the radio menu and type in the music ids you would like to use, and that’s it. Gamepass option requires to pay a certain amount of Robux for the music usage, so it’s not free like the Boombox option.

There’s a completely different story when it comes to music usage as you dev your own game on Roblox Studio. There are many how-to videos on YT covering that topic, but we find the guide below the most convenient and comprehensive.

The Legal Landscape

There has been signed a license agreement between APM Music and Roblox which enables users to officially access hundreds of thousands of tracks (also called “licensed music”) and include them in the Roblox library. All licensed music is royalty-free and every other licenses e.g. mechanical or performance ones, has also been covered.

As to copyright issues, After 6/18/2018 Roblox has tightened its regulations. Every implemented song will be checked by the moderation team and flagged if the song doesn’t meet the official terms of use and/or isn’t properly licensed.

It will be replaced then with licensed music and any expenditures due to uploading the flagged and replaced music will be refunded. So it’s pretty fair and square if you play by the rules.


Roblox music codes are exceptionally great feature to customize your gaming experience. With a variety of genres, sound types and other noises, they really widen and deepen the immersion of you favorite games.

The rules on what does what and all the hows and whys are very straightforward and intuitively explained on the Roblox website. Backed up with said information, we sincerely hope this lengthy guide is going to serve as a thorough answer to all your questions that might arise.

And remember – don’t over-roblox your eardrums!