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OkayAfrica launches a new digital music service

NEW VENTURE: OkayAfrica launches Okaymusic

OKAYAFRICA, have announced their new foray into the music industry with Okaymusic.

Partnered with the music world’s most notable digital platforms this brainchild of OkayAfrica will bring a Digital Music Distribution and Marketing service to emerging and established artistes across Africa, its diaspora and from all around the world. This will give access to all signed-up artists to upload their music on to every major digital platform, worldwide.

Speaking on the launch, Abiola Oke, CEO of OkayAfrica and Okaymusic said: “We understand the new digital landscape and will energetically defend artist’s rights while making their music available to a global audience.”

Okaymusic will be launching with an already-collated extensive catalogue of some of the best and freshest music from across Africa and its diaspora. Having attained Apple Music Curator status, carefully curated playlists are uploaded every Wednesday, featuring the music of signed artistes and artists that we love on Apple Music and on OkayAfrica while Okaymusic’s YouTube channel will carry their latest videos.

Also launched on October 3 will be, a website curating every signed artist with their biography, videos, photos, one minute extracts of their music and the ability to purchase and download individual songs or albums using a wide selection of currencies.

Amongst the artists already signed are: Nigerian superstar Innocent "2Baba" Idibia, top Nigerian producer DJ Spinall, Cameroonian star Numerica, Nigerian urban highlife singer/songwriter Adekunle Gold, Tanzanian superstar Vanessa Mdee, American supremo guitarist Gary Lucas, Nigerian chart busting songstress Niyola, Zimbabwean Reggae star Buffalo Souljah and Nigerian fast-rising producer Bankyondbeatz.

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