Spinlet Signs More Artists To Its Service

Music streaming and download service Spinlet, has announced the signing of non-exclusive agreements with more artists and record labels. The agreement puts Spinlet back in the music streaming game and will help artists distribute and sell music on its platform when it finally launches.

Some of the artists and record labels are

Alapomeji Records (9ice), Chocolate City (Brymo, M.I, Jesse Jags, Ice Prince), Hypertek (2Face Idibia), Game Time (Lineo), Funky Money Ent (Konga), Syndik8 Records (Lynxx, E Jay, Ikon), Flytime (Tiwa Savage, P Square – Invasion Album), Too Much Music (Femi Juba), Starville (Shank), DJ Jimmy Jatt, Show Dem Camp (Ghost,Tec, Lucci and Poe), Storm Records (Naeto C Sasha, Tosin Martins, YQ, and Yung6ix), Cobhams Asuquo Music Productions (Bez), Timaya, Play Records (Rilwan, Mimi), Effya, Ghetto Ruff (Jozi, Nancy G) and Sunset Distribution.

It’s a good thing Spinlet has signed more artists. One reason I use iROKING is because of its large mass of content. They’ve got a large amount of music. Until Spinlet does that, a lot of users will stick with whatever service has their favourite music.

Spinlet’s upload service allows artists upload content to Spinlet’s servers, making it possible for independent and unsigned artists to take advantage of the platform. Spinlet has also made a Music Extraction Utility tool[Windows PCs only] to rip music from CDs and upload them online.

When Spinlet eventually launches, it’ll go head to head with already launched iROKING, Spotify and Apple’s iTunes.

Source: TechLoy


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