In their 2016-2020 Entertainment and Media Outlook, Pricewaterhouse Cooper (PwC), a global auditing firm confirms that the previous half decade has seen unprecedented growth, and predicts that the next four years will even be more momentous for the music industry.
The report showed that the Nigerian music industry was worth $40 million (N11 billion) in 2011 and $47 million (N14 billion) in 2015. By 2020, this figure is expected to double to $86 million (N27 billion).
To key into Nigeria’s billion naira industry and also to take the stress off musicians who are searching for studios, Studiolyf has debuted.
Founded by Ezeh Uche in 2016, Studiolyf is a music community marketplace where musicians find and book music studio time or hire music production professionals.
In addition to this, it’s connecting musicians with vetted professional mixing & mastering engineers, producers and other production pros who get them to a great sounding finished product.
Nigeria has uncountable music talents that are looking for affordable studios to produce their music. With the launch of Studiolyf, these talents will discover these studios and be able to live their music dreams. Hopefully, Studiolyf will truly disrupt Nigeria’s music industry.