It appears music download startups these days are 10 kobo a dozen, so to speak.  Yes, another music service has sprung up; goes by the name LasGidi Tunes.

 

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LasGidi tunes is a  music service for  streaming, downloading and discovering Nigerian music. Just like with Grumi, social networking elements are incorporated into the user experience; users can create and share playlists, access others’ playlists and also interact with other users. To utilise the service to its fullest, users are required to sign up by email or their existing social media accounts (Facebook and Twitter). Other than that, LasGidi Tunes is free to use.

All credit for LasGidi Tunes belongs to sole founder and developer, Femi Ashafa. If you think you might wanna take LasGidi Tunes for a spin, see what might differentiate it from Iroking and co., visit lasgiditunes.com on your web browser or get the LasGidi Tunes app from the Google Play store.

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