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Musicians have been getting a raw deal over the years, now someone is doing something about it to change the status quo and great a great future for artists. The South African famous DJ, businessman and musician Oskido has launched Khwale, a music tech platform that seeks to empower independent musicians to own their work. 

The company’s website describes Khwale as a digital music distribution service launched with the goal of easing access to music distribution for independent African music artists.

Speaking on DJ Fresh’s newly launched podcast series recently, Oskido said over the years musicians have been cheated on for years, now is the time to take their power back and own their work. 

The company helps indie musicians to distribute their work within a split of a seconds. 

“Your music will be distributed to 150 DSP’s worldwide, including YouTube, YouTube Music, Apple Music, Spotify, Deezer, Boomplay, Audiomack, Tidal, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and more”. 

“In just a few easy steps and a nominal fixed fee, indie artists and labels can distribute their licensed music content to 150 Digital Streaming Platforms and social media platforms worldwide. 

You might be wondering How Does it Work?

How Much Does the Service Cost?

For more information above the platform click here.

By Rethabile Mohlala

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