Have you ever looked for ways to download African music for free? Is it Joeboy, Chike, Ruger, Omah Lay, or Lucky Dube, among other African artists you are looking for? Mdundo is one place you can get lots of African music for free.
Kenya is where it all started in 2013, with the streaming platform seeing its numbers rise over the years. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the world, Mdundo saw its monthly active users grow by 114% to 6.4 million users. The streaming platform projects that by the end of 2022, its monthly active users should have shot up to around 18 million.
How to download music on Mdundo
- Download the Mdundo app from the Google Play Store. If you are using a laptop or desktop, you can visit the Mdundo website.
- Search for the artist and song you would like to download.
- Click on the song you would like to download when it shows up in the search results.
- Hit the orange play button to play the song or select download to save the song for offline listening.
- The streaming platform also shows lyrics of the songs so that you can sing along.
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Africa already has a variety of streaming platforms where you can get your favourite artist’s music. Spotify, Boomplay, Apple Music and Songa are just some of the over 20 music streaming platforms available in parts of Africa. Mdundo is partnering with different Telecom companies in Africa to grow its user base to counter the competition. We have already seen them sign deals with MTN and Airtel in Nigeria and Vodacom in Tanzania. Tidal entered into a similar partnership with MTN Uganda a few years ago.
If you’re looking for a great way to download African music for free, Mdundo is your best bet. It’s free, fast, and user-friendly. Whether you’re looking for some new beats or want to find a place to discover new artists, Mdundo is worth checking out.