The music industry is a very RELATIONSHIP ORIENTED, PERSONAL business. The people you deal with, represent YOU in business interests. That is not taken lightly or just thrown together by someone you have never met or know anything about.
Do some research on any people in the industry. Major artists, producers, publishers, record labels. Pick an era, pick a genre, and research who is INVOLVED with those artists, songs, careers.
What you are NOT going to find are random findings by faceless, nameless entities on the Internet throwing things around and just hoping they fall into the right hands or into the right ears. The further you get away from ONE ON ONE interaction, the further you get into the musical equivilent of the "Nigerian General" scam on the Internet.
Is there a chance you might get "distributed?" Sure. They will "distribute you" on the Internet, into the endless realm of "SPAM EMAILS." You can do that yourself. It should also be observied that songs like "WRECKING BALL" a HUGE hit for Miley Cyrus, getting over 260 MILLION streams and BILLIONS of views, netting the writers around $3000 on things like Pandora, Spotify and YOU TUBE.http://www.dailynewsbin.com/opinion...n-streaming-music-royalties-wrong/25671/
So with songs like that earning nothing and getting little in the way of "distribution" should tell you much of what to expect with Music X Ray or the endless services, libraries, Internet based vehicles.
Could you be successful? Sure. You could be the one who breaks all the rules and conventions. You could make EVERYBODY completely change their way of thinking, and make the Internet work for creators, where everyone else, the thousands of brilliant people working on this for decades, have failed.
Is it likely to happen?
Not even close.