These days we are spoilt for choice with music streaming services, which all offer a massive catalogue of music from all corners of the world. The service has made life easier for music lovers to access their all-time favorite jams and has given them a chance to be introduced to new songs from up and coming musicians.
With all these platforms, a number of questions have been asked, especially with regards to Zimbabwean music, which in most instances, has been found on free digital stores, which, in turn, has led to piracy. Musicians have often wondered how they can make money from music. Econet Wireless has changed the Zimbabwean music landscape with their music app, Buddie Beatz.
The digital platform ensures artists make revenue based on their downloads and streams, and it protects artists against piracy and further gives artists access to Econet’s data customer base of over 4 million Zimbabweans.
On Buddie Beatz, users can stream, listen and download music on-the-go, with artists guaranteed to grow their fan base. The new app allows users to access over 1,600 songs and over 230 artists – among them, Jah Prayzah, Sandra Ndebele, Janet Manyowa, Mzoe7, Novuyo Seagirl and many more.
The app embodies the digital era that we are living in – and all you need is a data connection. The app is also free and available on the Google Play Store. Simply download and launch the app, then enter your mobile number and register. Currently, users get an exclusive three-day trial and affordable subscriptions (25c per day, $2 per week or $2,50 per month) once their free trial has ended.
Buddie Beatz is quickly becoming the perfect place for artists to grow their audience and for fans to find their favorite tracks. Download Buddie Beatz today and discover the world-class songs at your fingertips.