In the early hours of today, Yemi Alade announced on Instagram that she has released a mobile app.

The app was released for Android and contains Yemi’s social media profiles: Twitter, Facebook, and her YouTube video collection. So far, it has garnered 100 downloads (101 actually; I just downloaded it). Through the app, you will be able to buy her songs and be updated with news relating to her.

Yemi follows in the footsteps of Lynxxx, who launched his own app in 2013. You’ll also remember that the Kardashians have pulled this off. Kim Kardashian launched a Hollywood Video game app, and in 2014, she gained $85 million from it. Over time, each of her other sisters have launched their own apps, which have gone on to rank highly on the Apple App Store.

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