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mJams pays $450,000SBD in royalties to local artists since launch

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mJams, the Pacific’s only music streaming platform, is rapidly gaining popularity throughout the region, particularly in the Solomon Islands. As the sole local music streaming platform that pays royalties to local artists, over 700 Solomon Islands artists and musicians are currently registered with mJams, with more than 4,000 local songs streamed daily on the app. Since the launch of the service in 2018, mJams has paid over $450,000 SBD in royalties to local artists. The platform also has its own music chart system, the mJams Top Twenty, with cash prizes and free promotion on mJams’ social media channels given to the top three artists on the chart. mJams was proud to sponsor the Wantok Musik Concert, which was live-streamed into the app, attracting over 2,000 viewers. The first-ever mJams music awards are being planned for the end of this year, with categories such as mJams artist of the year, song of the year, music video of the year, and individual awards for top songs and artists in each genre. This is the first time that mJams will hold such an event, recognizing the accomplishments of local artists. mJams is dedicated to supporting and promoting the Solomon Islands music scene by providing a platform for artists to earn income while entrusting them with their music. So make you join the movement with mJams

– Press Release

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