US based Rwandans develop mobile app to promote local music
29 June 2018
The local music industry has for long struggled to find its footing on the international market due to lack of systematic exposure to the global community and very few artistes in Rwanda can solely rely on their music for financial gains.
Now they could soon find a solution to their music getting promoted through Yeyote Music, a mobile streaming application. The application has emerged as a database for only Rwandan music where any music lover from across the world can easily access the songs via their smartphones.
The application was developed by Anselme Mucunguzi and Theophile Nsengimana, who both recently completed their university studies in coding in the United States.
The developers are eager to contribute to promotion and marketing of local music worldwide and make an impact in shaping the welfare of artistes by helping them sell their music. Read the full article on The New Times here