Boomplay today announced a major deal, set to enrich music lovers on the App with quality music from a host of global stars. Kenyans can now access all the official music of leading global acts following Boomplay having signed a direct licensing agreement with Warner Music to bring the record company’s diverse global roster of music to Kenya and Africa as a whole.
The terms of the partnership allow Boomplay to distribute Warner Music’s extensive catalogue of more than one million songs to its community of listeners in ten countries; Kenya, Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia. With this partnership, Kenyans can now discover and enjoy music from their favorite global stars among them.
The deal will provide Warner Music’s artists with direct access and exposure to Boomplay’s millions of users in the region, while bringing Boomplay, the largest music streaming and download service in Africa, one step closer to its goal of bringing all music from around the world to Africa.
With major labels coming on board, Boomplay is now in a strong position to further improve its service offerings and defend its leading position in Africa. Boomplay, which has more than 42 million users as of February 2019, boasts an expansive catalogue consisting of five million songs and thousands of videos from local and international acts.
The Boomplay app has over 42 million users as of February 2019. It is currently the biggest and fastest growing music app in Africa with a catalogue of 5 million songs and videos which is still growing day by day. Users can stream songs and videos online free of charge, subscribe to one of the daily, weekly or monthly plans to save songs and videos to play whilst offline or purchase content to download. The service is currently available on Android, iOS and Web.