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Mega Slash Promo

Sell Your Music With Freeme Digital and Keep 70% of your Revenue

FreeMe Digital introduces the 2018 Mega Slash Promo. Get your music on both international and local digital stores at pocket-friendly prices.

Mega Slash Promo

To signed up with Freeme Digital simply follow these easy steps:

– Fill our Artistes Details Form http://bit.ly/2mAIfdC or in our office which will be used to setup a contract
– Select any of our packages according to your needs (Classic, Silver, Gold, Record Label or Videos Only)
– The contract will be setup and sent to you or if in our office you can sign immediately
– The company’s account will be given to you for payment of the package selected
– Submission of content (songs, artworks, pictures, videos, lyrics)
– Account setups/uploads on the digital platforms e.g. iTunes, Spotify, Deezer, MTN music plus, Boomplay, VEVO, YouTube etc.
– Links will be generated and sent to you via fanlink (a single link that contains your other links for ease of promo)

Contact us:
Phone – 08179905358 (Timi or Stephanie), 08110029085 (Ugo)
Instagram, Facebook, Twitter @freemedigital
email – info@freemedigital.com, distribute@freemedigital.com

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Osheyyy! Friday Sales

Freeme Digital Amazing Black Friday Offers

Who said Black Fridays are only about mobile phones and home appliances?
Free Me Digital presents Osheyyy! Friday Sales

Osheyyy! Friday Sales
Come the 20th to the 24th of November 2017, Freeme digital is offering a 40% discount on all distribution packages! you definitely heard me right. Get the classic , silver, gold, platinum or double platinum package 40% lower than the normal price and a complementary VEVO channel, no matter what package you purchase.

Osheyyy! Friday Sales
What then are you waiting for? Capital on these juicy deals today by contacting us using the details on your screen or follow us across all our social media for more information.
Freeme Digital! Get heard, Get bought and get paid this festive season

Osheyyy! Friday Sales Osheyyy! Friday Sales

Contact Us: 

email – info@freemedigital.com

Tel – 08179905358, 08035249080

Instagram, Facebook, Twitter @freemedigital

Office Address – 7, Mike Adegbite Avenue, off Ladipo Omotesho Cole Street, Lekki Phase 1 by 2nd Roundabout Lekki Lagos.


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Watch Gentleman by Radeo ft. Reminisce

Basemoe Records recording artist Radeo drops the video for his track titled Gentleman
Radeo calls on Reminisce the Alaga Himself for a superb collaboration on the “Gentleman” track
Radeo’s Track Gentleman has all the goodness an afropop track needs and it has this vibe of the Legendary Fela Anikulapo Kuti in it.
The Video was beautifully directed by Unlimited L.A

Itunes: http://apple.co/2uho74O
Soundcloud: http://bit.ly/2tdiqzN
Tidal: http://bit.ly/2tdhMCx
Spotify: http://spoti.fi/2uhomNg

Connect with Radeo on
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/officialradeo
Twitter – https://twitter.com/OfficialRadeo

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Some pronounce her name as Sia, and maybe she’s Nigeria’s next soul-singing superstar. Join Xia on this soothing journey, as she spins a melancholy tale of love and cravings.
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One of her songs, ‘Sai Rijiya’ is an allusion to an Hausa folktale of suicide by jumping in a well. We guess this singer would rather die than be without her lover?
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The sultry songstress launches off with the Legendary Sade Adu’s ‘No Ordinary Love’, segues into her own composition ‘Sai Rijiya’, caps it off with another of her songs ‘Circles’ and gives us yet another fix of Sade’s ‘No Ordinary Love’.

Click to watch: Xia’s performance on A3 Sessions

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New cat on the block ‘mars Candy’ who is signed to Raw Records has released the official video to his hit single ‘Temi’.


The video features beautiful models and stunning cinematography. The song is a simple call for the beautiful ladies to flock around Mars Candy and give him all their loving.


Seems that the artistes is determined to prove that he is as sweet as his name implies. Oritsefemi, the musical taliban, was in full form, entertaining us with all his energy and ginger. The song was produced by Sukasounds and directing credits go to Unlimited LA for the wonderful video.


Click to watch: Temi by Mars Candy and Oritsefemi


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Boshe Nlo

It’s Burna! There’s a certain excitement that follows hearing that phrase that, trust us, is absolutely justified! Do you wanna know Boshe Nlo? BurnaBoy has the answers!

Boshe Nlo

SpaceShip Entertainment frontliner ‘BurnaBoy’ has decided to make our 2017  trippier with the video for his hit jam ‘Boshe Nlo’. Roughly translating to ‘How It Goes’, Boshe Nlo is a phrase in the Yoruba Language, BurnaBoy basically tells us what’s up and how it goes in this new video.

Boshe Nlo

Produced by Leriq (Call the Paramedic!) and directed by Geezy, the whole project is homage to Burnaboy’s absolute superstardom, and is proof of the fact that he’s on a whole ‘nother wavelength!

Click to enjoy: Boshe Nlo by Burna Boy



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New kid ‘Akuchi’ is definitely starting off with a big bang. Signed to BIG Records, the rapper has released the much-anticipated visuals for his single ‘Power Moves’.

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Amazing visuals, coupled with an interesting story line makes this a one-of-a-kind video. Akuchi himself shows us an impressive acting side, as he delivers his lines in Igbo language.Power Moves

The video was directed by Ruff-Ikonz Films and is geared towards passing a very simple message: Akuchi and BIG Records are making Power Moves.

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Click to watch: Power Moves by Akuchi

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Does Anyone Still Buy CDs These Days??

When was the last time YOU bought a music cd? DistributionCan’t remember, right? Absolutely unsurprising. We’re in the techie age, and everything is accessible on the internet, including and especially music. As a result of this, a lot of artistes and musicians are finding it really difficult to make sales, because their music is made readily available for free download on any and every other blog and every site, and a lot of artistes are not interested in the hassles that follow the enforcement of copyrights. So most times, talented musicians spend time, energy, money and other resources creating amazing music, and they have nothing to show for it financially.

Thankfully, technological advancements have also created easier and faster and more efficient ways for artistes to handle the sale, distribution and even monetization of their music. No, its neither magic nor witchcraft, but you as an artiste can be hands-on involved in your music from creation to sales!


FreeMe Digital, being the largest online content distribution company, is known for its dedication and efficiency in uploading and monetizing content. We’re working with several A-Listers and industry giants and all of them say basically the same thing: these guys are the best. Our job is simple: take your great content, turn it to money, and give it right back to you. Zero Stress!

You’d ask how, yeah? Simple as 1-2-3-4

Step 1: Visit freemedigital.com ,register and create an account.

Step 2: Select and create a distribution release with details of the content.

Step 3: Send us your great content to distribute.

Step 4: Receive payment, updates, and reports.

Viola! All your problems solved in a heartbeat!

The taste, they say, is in the eating. Visit freemedigital.com and see for yourself.

We’ll be expecting you to join us in 2017!

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When it comes to choosing a digital music distributor to get your music on sites like iTunes, Amazon MP3 and Spotify, you want to feel confident in your choice.  If music is important to you, you want to know who’s handling your music assets, the quality of the service and the value you’re getting for the distribution fees you’re paying.

Here are 10 questions you should ask any digital music distributor before you entrust your music to them.  Choosing the right distributor is just as crucial as picking the right guitar (or microphone or drum set or, well, you get the point).

1. Is music distribution their primary business?

Many companies provide other products and services in addition to distribution.  That’s not a bad thing, but you want to make sure that they equally support and invest in the distribution portion of their business and are not using it as marketing “hook” to build other parts of their business.

2. Do they take any portion of the sales revenue your music generates from distribution?

Different distributors have different business models.  Some distributors will charge so much for distribution to cover their overall cost but we (Freeme Digital) will take a cut of the distribution revenue you earn from the downloads and streams of your music.

3. Do they have a dedicated Customer Care team? 

Let’s face it. We all need a little help sometimes.  If you run into trouble during the distribution process is there a team that can answer all of your questions quickly and get your music back on track and headed to stores? That’s exactly what you’ll get by distributing with Freeme Digital.

4. Do they have an online help tool so you can easily find answers to questions you might have?

Many of your distribution questions can likely be answered very quickly, and without the help of a living, breathing human. An easily searchable help section can often get you the answers you need to get through a few minor hiccups.

5. Do they provide guidelines on how to format your release so you have smooth distribution to stores?

The digital stores have very specific requirements when it comes to the format of your release (audio files, artwork, and release information). You’ll want to know these details ahead of time so you won’t experience any holdup on distribution.  Does the distributor monitor the assets being delivered to double check that everything is formatted correctly? Freeme Digital will always make sure your materials are in the right format before any digital distribution.

6. Do they support their artist community?

As an artist, you want to feel like you’re part of a large, creative community.  The distributor you choose is lucky to have you, and should provide you with the kind of support you deserve.  Are there opportunities for you to increase your fan base?  Or do they give you tips from other artists to help your career move forward? Freeme Digital gives talented artists the opportunity to enjoy more exposure in the music industry on our weekly production “ZoneOut Session” , a platform set aside for rappers to showcase their talent. We go further by hyping it on social networks giving the artists a voice.

7. Do they offer iTunes trend reports so you can see how your music is selling in stores soon after it goes live?

When your music goes live in stores you’ll likely be very eager to see how it’s selling, so you want to make sure the distributor offers iTunes trends reporting. Ask them if the reporting is updated daily or just weekly.  Do you view the data in csv files? Or do they offer a dynamic web-based tool so you can sort and view sales by release, track, geolocation and more? Freeme Digital provides quarterly report to let you see how your music is performing or upon request.

8. How transparent and detailed is the sales reporting?

It’s important for your digital distributor to be completely transparent with respect to your digital sales and streaming revenue from all the stores you sent your music to. You should know exactly which songs/albums were downloaded and streamed where, and for how much (to the penny).  Do you have access to your sales information 24/7? Is it presented in a way that is easy to understand, filter and sort? Freeme Digital provides artists with all of these and more.

9. Do they offer Publishing Administration to help you collect your worldwide songwriter/publisher royalties?

If you’re a songwriter, you earn additional royalties from the sales, streams, and use of your music around the world.  When a distributor offers a publishing administration service, there’s a built-in audit trail that lets the distributor make sure you’re receiving the correct amount of songwriter royalties.  Also, ask them if the service is in-house or if they use a third party.

10. Do they offer Ringtones?

Ringtones are a great way to make more money from your music by turning a 30 second snippet of a song into a ringtone to sell in the iTunes store. Why not make a little extra money and let your friends hear your music whenever someone calls?

Obviously there’s a lot to consider when it comes to choosing a digital music distributor.  Getting your music for sale online is a big deal!  We urge you check out our website for answers to all these questions and more, and always feel free to reach out if you can’t find what you’re looking for ugo@freemedigital.com, info@freemedigital.com.

Did we forget some critical questions to ask?  Let us know in the comments.


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Listen to Freeme Digital’s compilation of the best of Afrobeats out of Nigeria #EssentailAfroBeatsVol.1. This tune is a 50-sec cut each of 36 best songs of Nigeria put together into a 30-minutes mix and is sure to start a party any day, any time… Listen and get in the vibe this Xmas season. Available on soundcloud and YouTube:

Souncloud Link – http://bit.ly/1yRuGa5

YouTube Link – http://bit.ly/1znE3fd 


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After much anticipation, YouTube has just announced the launch of its subscription streaming service: YouTube Music Key. YouTube Music Key, available in the US and 6 European countries, will let subscribers listen to ad-free music (including full albums in high quality audio) AND watch music videos — even when offline — for $9.99/month .

And YOUR music (and “Art Tracks” videos) could be available on YouTube Music Key soon! As a Freeme Digital artiste, your albums and singles will be delivered to YouTube Music Key. We will also deliver to YouTube high quality album art videos, or what YouTube calls “Art Tracks” which play audio while displaying an image of your album cover. These videos are available not only to Music Key subscribers, but also as ad-supported content accessible for free on YouTube.com. Ad revenue from these videos will work the same as any other video on YouTube.

Revenue for streaming activity through YouTube Music Key will be paid to you by Freeme Digital – that’s getting money yet again from streaming. Well, before we get into the stuff that’s available for paid users, YouTube has made some changes that are available to EVERYONE — not just Music Key subscribers. For instance, on both YouTube.

com and the YouTube app for iOS and Android, you will now see a home (and top-level tab) for music that displays your favorite music videos, recommended music playlists, and more. You’ll also be able to stream full albums in high quality audio and view an artist’s discography on YouTube.

As a Music Key subscriber, all of these listening and viewing will be ad-free, and content will keep playing even if you lock the screen, start using other apps, or disconnect from the Internet. Oh, and they’ll throw in a subscription to Google Play Music too, giving you access to 30+ million songs. For now, Music Key is in beta testing, and users will be invite-only. For more info, check out the site for YouTube Music Key.


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Freemedigital Distribution Partners



  • Pay an annual fee of 7,500 Naira for (single)
  • Pay an annual fee of 12,500 Naira for (EP)
  • Pay an annual fee of 15,000 Naira for (album)
  • Keep 60% of your royalties
  • YouTube is included for free

*YouTube will be 60% due to the complexity and specialized nature of the service and the advantages Freemedigital’s partnership offers.

Our Partners:

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Specialty Video

Pay a 1-time fee for vevo



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