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Distro Plug, a new Music Distribution Platform launched in Ghana

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By Eventlabgh , in Entertainment News , at January 17, 2019


Getting music distributed to consumers across the globe is one major challenge deeply rooted in the continent of Africa.

That been said, Distro Plug a new music distribution platform was officially launched on 16/1/2019 specifically to address the issues of music distribution, maximize sales with 100% royalty and change the narrative of distribution at Kikibees, East Legon. Sounds like a fury tale but it’s the realest reality at the moment.

This gem of idea was birthed by David George Kwabena Bunna a multinational  (Ghanaian/Nigerian) tech investor and entrepreneur. He is a believer of talent, as much he created Distro Plug to solve challenge of music distribution from the African continent and expose the underground music community to the digital stores like iTunes, Spotify, Shazam, Google Play, etc to generate more income.

The company is more focused at expanding music creators in Africa to worldwide audience and maximize their music sales. Speaking to the press, David mentioned that, with just $1.99 approximately Gh¢10 artists, managers and record labels can access their online portal “” to  submit their works which will not take more than 5 minutes whereby distribution takes effect after two days. Any artists signed onto Distro Plug is automatically entitled to free marketing through the traditional and online media across Africa.

I personally think Distro Plug is a savior to the industry. Because it prides itself as the most easiest and affordable platform for every musician to sell, stream their music digitally and increase sales. What more can you ask for?

For more enquiries, connect with them on:

Facebook: TheDistroPlug

Instagram: BunnaEmpire

Twitter: HipPopAfrica

Written by: John Claude Tamakloe.

Source: Beenie Words

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