The global music platform known for its digital distribution and publishing services, TuneCore has just announced a partnership with the South African social networking app, Ayoba.
The MTN-owned platform, delivers free music, games, news, entertainment, instant messaging, voice and video calling, and other content. Developed by Simfy Africa, Ayoba currently reaches over 10 million monthly users worldwide. It provides its users a free subscription-based service, dispersed with articles ranging from sports to music and curated playlists.
TuneCore announced on socials days ago saying:
“NEW STORE ALERT: AYOBA TuneCore is thrilled to announce our latest partnership with Ayoba – the social networking super-app that delivers free music, games, news, entertainment, instant messaging, voice and video calling, and other content.“
This deal could potentially enrich artistes who originally have their music distributed to Ayoba. According to the TuneCore website, it takes approximately 48 hours for music to go live on Ayoba. The platform after a two-month delay pays out on a monthly basis.
In October last year, the company underwent a revamp after its streaming services were suspended earlier in July of the same year.