Mavin Records are in a move to partner with music streaming platform, Tunecore. The reputable record label is looking to make music streaming easier for its fans, as the deal will see them easily get their records on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify & more.
The music label’s Chief Digital Officer, Tunji Afonja, met with the Vice President of Tunecore, Gillian Morris to reach an agreement on the deal.
Mavin Records revealed the development as they shared, “Our Chief Digital Officer @theafricannerd visiting with VP Gillian Morris of @tunecore; taking our global streaming distribution and publishing to the next level #SMD #mavinomics”
Tunecore is an online music distribution service that was launched in 2005 to offer musicians and other rights-holders the opportunity to place their music into online retailers such as iTunes, Spotify, AmazonMP3, Rhapsody, eMusic and many more.