African music streaming service which has attracted well over 800 registered users in just 8 days of its release appoints Purity Nganga as its Head of Operations, Kenya in a move to enter the Kenya music streaming market.
Playfre will be competing with already know players in East Africa which include Mdundo. “Playfre has an added advantage over already existing players in the music streaming industry here in East Africa as it already comes with over 45 million songs, something every other music streaming service here can’t boast of,” says Purity Nganga, the new Playfre’s Head of Operations Kenya
“It is great having Purity on board. I have always wanted to make a debut in both Nigeria and Kenya, and subsequently expand to Ghana and South Africa. This is just the first step towards that direction” says Chika NWaogu, CEO of Playfre Music.
Playfre’s android app just hit the Google Playstore a few days ago and is now available for free download. The app enables you to listen to any music on playfre even while you are not on the app as opposed to the web player.
“Now you can take playfre wherever you go and in all your devices and listen to music whenever, however,” says Chika Nwaogu
Purity Nganga will oversee all things Playfre in Kenya and East Africa.
With a portofolio of over 45 million songs, Playfre is Africa’s largest music streaming service. Playfre currently has over 800 registered users in 8 days from its launch.