Monday, March 25, 2013

BlackBerry Is Now Into Selling Digital Music


Independent Artists, Earn More Bucks

As what I have stated on my previous post, BlackBerry's up to many things after launching the BlackBerry 10 and the Z10 smartphone. Zimbalam, a global digital distributor for independent and unsigned music artists' songs have finally inked an agreement with BlackBerry.

Basically, this widens the opportunity for artists to sell their songs digitally.

Zimbalam has designed an interface where music artist and buyers can easily navigate. Artists can have their own preferences on the particulars of their music being sold. They can choose as to where  they want to sell their songs.

But first, they need to register on this link www.zimbalam.com/?partner=BlackBerry By signing up, it doesn't mean that they're no longer independent. Artists still enjoy their indie status while earning 90% of their royalties of sale which can easily be monitored as well on their site.


"Zimbalam exists in order to allow unsigned artists to get their music on to digital music stores and to find their audience. We are excited to be working with BlackBerry as it will give artists access to a different fan base and help with the discovery of their music," said Denis Ladegaillerie, CEO of Zimbalam.

"Whether you're an independent artist, label or simply a customer who loves to create music, Zimbalam through BlackBerry World will be a fantastic vehicle to share your music with the world," said Martyn Mallick, Vice President Global Alliances and Business Development at BlackBerry.

To all independent music artists, this is it. Gather all your FB friends and all your fans, register to Zimbalam, put all your songs, sell it and be known to BlackBerry world and beyond.



Source: Marketwire


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