NextXtar is the brainchild of creativity geniuses, Qris Chinedu Ebeatu and Mr. Digger Elias. Mr. Elias has a solid history as a music master technocrat with experience working with various companies that pioneered the digital music distribution. Qris Chinedu Ebeatu has worked alongside Mr. Elias for over 15 years in the areas of content development and music transformation within the African regions.
“Music is our passion. That’s why we founded NextXtar; to take digital music distribution to every corner of the globe, especially Africa. We understand that it’s challenging for talented Africans to distribute their songs digitally. NextXtar plans to step into that gap and make it possible for talent from Africa and other typically disenfranchised communities to distribute their music worldwide via a smartphone and or other digital connection,” explains Qris Chinedu Ebeatu, co-founder/ CEO of online music distribution platform NextXtar.
“The music industry has changed rapidly in recent decades, moving from Vinyl to cassettes and CDs, to digital distribution. NextXtar aims to play a pivotal role in this continuing revolution, offering underground, unknown, and up-and-coming artists an innovative, accessible platform for distributing, licensing, and publishing their songs and videos. In the spirit of inclusivity, we welcome all genres of music releases from Christian to folk, highlife, Jazz, hip-hop, soul, blues, and traditional or world music,” continues Qris Chinedu Ebeatu.
“Independent artists can upload their songs and videos from the comfort of their home or studio while we do the heavy lifting, promoting them in over 500 music stores and via popular online streaming platforms.”
NextXtar also caters to music executives, record labels, marketers, movie producers, and more who wish to upload their artists’ latest releases.
“We even go so far as to sign artists we believe in. We have a team of dedicated professionals who specialise in strategies planning, marketing, branding, public relations, and more. And work closely with music executives and record labels looking for promising artists to sign.”
NextXtar’s monthly challenges and top chart songs category are further designed to give artists an opportunity to compete for fabulous prizes, attract more fans, and judge how people like an artist’s song or video offering.
“What’s more, we have a dedicated virtual radio that followers can use to listen to the music uploaded by our represented artists. Plus, our NextXtar App is available from the Google Play and Apply Play stores for Android and iOS devices, so download it today to access our platform and some of the best songs and videos from underground, unknown, and up-and-coming artists across the globe,” concludes Qris Chinedu Ebeatu.
NextXtar is the brainchild of creativity geniuses, Qris Chinedu Ebeatu and Mr. Digger Elias. Mr. Elias has a solid history as a music master technocrat with experience working with various companies that pioneered the digital music distribution. Qris has worked alongside Mr. Elias for more than 15 years in the areas of content development and music transformation within the African regions. NextXtar is changing the way music is distributed, licensed, and published worldwide through its established partner collaborations with Sony Music, Amazon, Orchard, 51 Lex Records, iTunes, Spotify, Tidal, and Pandora.
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