Most Streamed Nigerian Artists on Audiomack (July 2022)
Here is a list of the most streamed Nigerian Artists on Audiomack.
This list of the Most Streamed Nigerian Artists on Audiomack is provided by Audiomack itself. It is a compilation of artists whose projects (Songs/Albums) received the most streams from users in the Audiomack Community
Here is the list of the Most Streamed Nigerian Artists on Audiomack July 2022
Most Streamed Nigerian Artists on Audiomack
1} Burna Boy
3} Omah Lay
4} Seyi Vibez
5} T Dollar
6} Naira Marley
8} YoungBoy Never Broke Again
9} Kizz Daniel
10} Bella Shmurda
☆Young Boy Never Broke Again is on this list because he was one of the most streamed Artists by Nigerians on Audiomack for July 2022
That’s the list of the Most Streamed Nigerian Artists on Audiomack for June 2022. The list of the most streamed Nigerian Artists on Audiomack is released at the end of each month.
This means that the list of the most streamed Nigerian Artists on Audiomack for July will be released by Audiomack at the end of July.
Also, the Most Streamed Nigerian Artists on Audiomack involves the compilation of the Most Streamed Songs and the most supported Artists.
Therefore, here is a list of the most streamed Nigerian Artists on Audiomack through their songs.
Top Ten Most streamed songs of July 2022 on Audiomack
1} Peace be Unto you Asake
2} Overloading” Mavin Records
3} +234 Seyi Vibez
4} “Last Last” Burna Boy
5}“Buga” Kizz Daniel ft Tekno
6} Bandana Fireboy DML ft Asake
7} Loving You Zinoleesky
8} For my Hand Burna Boy
9} Palazzo DJ Spinall
10} Common Person Burna Boy
In fact, the list of the most streamed Nigerian Artists on Audiomack may actually be the first one to be considered among the streaming platforms in Nigeria because Nigerians use Audiomack more than they do platforms like Apple Music or Spotify.
Boomplay comes very close but there is a doubt that it overtakes Audiomack.
The list of the Most Streamed Nigerian Artists on Audiomack will be updated monthly with data provided by Audiomack.
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Audiomack is an on-demand music streaming and audio discovery platform that allows artists and creators to upload limitless music and podcasts for listeners through its mobile apps and website.
In February 2021, Billboard announced Audiomack streaming data would begin informing some of its flagship charts, including the Hot 100, the Billboard 200, and the Global 200. In March 2021, Fast Company magazine named Audiomack one of the 10 most innovative companies in music
Co-founded in 2012 by Dave Macli, David Ponte, and Brian Zisook, Audiomack allowed artists to freely share their mixtapes, songs, and albums.
In April, 2013, J. Cole (Yours Truly 2) and Chance the Rapper (Acid Rap) released new projects exclusively on the platform.
In September 2018, Eminem released “Killshot”, a diss track about Machine Gun Kelly, exclusively on Audiomack and gained 8.6 million plays in four months.
In February, 2019, Nicki Minaj released three songs exclusively on the platform, including a remix of Blueface’s “Thotiana.”
In November 2020, Audiomack signed a music licensing agreement with Warner Music Group, covering the United States, Canada, Jamaica, and five “key African territories,” including Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, and Tanzania.
In February 2021, Variety reported Audiomack has music licensing agreements in the United States with Universal Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment.
Audiomack also receives music through licensing deals with labels and distributors such as 300 and EMPIRE, among others, and manages rights through its relationship with Songtrust.
In December 2020, Audiomack opened its monetization program, AMP, to all eligible creators based in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom.
In July 2021, Audiomack expanded the program to creators worldwide and introduced a partnership with Ziiki Media to help promote artists across Africa.
In December 2021, Audiomack launched Supporters, a “feature that will enable loyal fans to tip their favorite artist’s music.”
Fans fund artists or rights holders directly by purchasing ‘support badges’ for individual song and album releases.
Warner Music Group, which was Audiomack’s first major label partner, signed on as the first major label participant in “Supporters.”
Other participating partners include Amuse, AudioSalad Direct, DistroKid, EMPIRE, FUGA, Stem, and Vydia.
Audiomack reaches more than 20 million monthly users globally, as of December 2021.
Offline playback is free to all users and not blocked by a paywall. Users and artists can upload their music to the service through its website. Audiomack uses a combination of audio fingerprinting, DMCA takedown requests, and manual curation to police unauthorized sharing.
Audiomack does not limit or charge creators for storing content on its service.
In April 2021, Audiomack partnered with telecommunications company MTN Nigeria to offer its users cheaper data to stream music in its app.
Audiomack produces several original video content series, including Trap Symphony, with past episodes including Migos, Chief Keef, and Rich the Kid,mamong others.
Other series include Bless The Booth and Fine Tuned, which has featured YNW Melly and others. In March 2021, Audiomack officially launched Audiomack World, the editorial arm of the company. Users can read articles in the Audiomack app on Android and iOS, as well as their desktop site.