The former mixtape archive turned high rated free music streaming platform. Audiomack is successful with the streaming service expanding rapidly in gross percentage.
The platform announced its new office in Lagos and its representatives. The platform announced Adeyemi Adetunji will head operations and commercial partnerships, Charlotte Bwana will work on business development and media partnerships and Olive Uche will manage content strategy.
The free streaming has grown considerably in the past few years, with over 1 billion monthly plays since early 2019 and establishing both a premium tier at $5 per month and a monetization platform to help creators on its service get paid.
Audiomack had a Partnership with Songtrust, Live Nation Urban and had a licensing deal with Warner Music followed. In Africa, audiomack says it's plays have grown more than 1,600% over the past 14 months. Audiomack has also been a sponsor for Afrochella and Afronation in the past year.
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