Home Startups South Africa’s KasiMp3 Gets So Addictive | Receives Over 500,000 Unique Visitors In June & Home To A Massive 50,000+ Musicians

South Africa’s KasiMp3 Gets So Addictive | Receives Over 500,000 Unique Visitors In June & Home To A Massive 50,000+ Musicians

by Sam Wakoba
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KasiMP3 LogoKasiMp3, South African music startup helping musicians earn royalties by making their music available for free download has reported receiving over 500,000 unique visitors last month, an over 80 percent high from its April 2013 figures.

According to Tefo Mohapi, the Business Development and Public Relations lead at KasiMP3,“It has been an incredible 3 months of growth for us. We appreciate and are thankful that so many music artists around the world trust us as a platform for promoting their music.”

Selling like hot cake the platform also reported to have signed up over 50,000 music artists from across the world helping them to publish their songs on the platform and earn royalties.

GA KasiMp3 - May 2013

Open for use by musicians from anywhere in the world, KasiMp3 remains committed to providing a platform focused on uplifting music artists. And though it was built in South Africa, where it has a bulk of the music artists  followed by Nigeria, KasiMP3 has paid out royalties to numerous artists from around the world  who host their music on the platform even when the music is available as free downloads to fans.

Its unique business model and its ZERO TOLERANCE towards music piracy has put it on the forefront of protecting the artists work so they can earn from their efforts and creativity. KasiMp3 has never received any single copyright infringement complaint as it prohibits anyone from uploading songs they don’t own copyright.

Affirming to the firm’s ZERO TOLERANCE towards music piracy,Mokgethwa Mapaya, Founder of KasiMp3 said, “We encourage copyright owners to send us their DMCA take-down requests, as it is within their rights to do so as provided by the law. We will treat every case as an urgent matter.”

Apart from take-down requests KasMp3 also says it has unique systems to curb an illegal downloads.

“As a platform we remain committed to uplifting music artists and will continue to introduce new features to helping them with this. We also have implemented several features on our back-end to ensure that we clamp down on illegal uploads onto KasiMp3” added Mohapi.

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