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I have an ASP.net Web API and this is my get method:

C#
LyricContext db = new LyricContext();
public IEnumerable<MusicDTO> Get()
{
    var json = from M in db.Musics
               select new MusicDTO
               {
                   ID = M.ID,
                   MusicName = M.MusicName,
                   Lyric = M.Lyric,
                   Albume = M.Albume.AlbumeName,
                   Artist = M.Albume.Artist.ArtistName
               };
    return json;


this return me something like this:

C#
[
{
    "ID": "9245cd1e-c161-4c0b-ab43-25cef43b48b1",
    "Lyric": "I'm on a boat",
    "MusicName": "on a boat",
    "Albume": "New Albume",
    "Artist": "example"
},
...
]

but I need that my array has a name like this:

C#
{
"musics":    [
{
    "ID": "9245cd1e-c161-4c0b-ab43-25cef43b48b1",
    "Lyric": "I'm on a boat",
    "MusicName": "on a boat",
    "Albume": "New Albume",
    "Artist": "example"
},
...
]



what should I do?
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Updated 25-Mar-19 1:16am

 
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LyricContext db = new LyricContext();
public HttpResponseMessage  Get()
{
    var json = from M in db.Musics
               select new MusicDTO
               {
                   ID = M.ID,
                   MusicName = M.MusicName,
                   Lyric = M.Lyric,
                   Albume = M.Albume.AlbumeName,
                   Artist = M.Albume.Artist.ArtistName
               };
    //return json;

    if (json.Any())
    {
        return Request.CreateResponse(HttpStatusCode.OK, new { musics = json.OrderBy(c => c.ID) });
     }
    else 
    {
        return Request.CreateResponse(HttpStatusCode.NotFound, new { musics = "No Data Available" });

    }
}
 
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