Africa’s leading payments technology company, Flutterwave is working with Audiomack to give premium music experiences to customers and artists. As a streaming music-streaming platform Audiomack has a strong presence in 54 African countries.
With its strong presence, Audiomack collaborates with Flutterwave to unlock new features for its customers and artists for a fee.
In a statement announcing the collaboration, Flutterwave’s Founder and CEO, Olugbenga GB Agboola said, “We are excited to join forces with Audiomack and contribute to the growth of Africa’s music industry.” Flutterwave which has its headquarters in San Francisco, California raised a US$170 million Series C funding round in 2021.
Giving his own reaction, Co-Founder and CEO of Audiomack, Dave Macli said, “We are delighted to partner with Flutterwave to enhance the Audiomack experience for our African users.”
Details of the Flutterwave and Audiomack Collaboration
The collaboration will empower African artists with enhanced monetization capabilities. It will also offer seamless payment options to fans who want to support their favourite artists directly.
With Flutterwave’s expertise in secure and reliable payment processing, Audiomack will be able to offer more payment modes like bank transfer, local cards, and mobile money, native to African users. This will in turn make the platform accessible to a broader audience across the continent.
What you need to know about Audiomack
Audiomack has since its inception demonstrated a strong commitment to supporting the African music scene. This includes the opening of a Lagos office, and extending its reach to key African markets such as Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, and South Africa.
Audiomack which has become the go-to platform for artists, tastemakers, labels, and fans seeking to explore and share music from diverse African cultures will further accelerate its growth through this partnership.
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