Hungama Music ties up with K Digital Media Digital entertainment company Hungama’s music streaming app has tied-up with digital music distribution company K Digital Media to add 9.5 million tracks from hip-hop and RnB music genres to its music library, reports Tech2. Under the tie up, Hungama Music will acquire streaming rights from over 300,000 artists including Grammy Award nominees and artists like Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Two Steps From Hell, Ingrid Michaelson, Rebecca Black, Starbomb, TryHardNinja, Walk Of The Earth, Wizkid, Adrian Von Ziegler, Yo Gotti, etc. In May, Hungama claimed to have crossed 50 million monthly active users (MAUs) worldwide across its service. It claimed that its user base has expanded by more than 200% in the last 12 months and that 250 million users accessed its service over the last year. *** nexGTv launches mobile app for streaming movies and music tracks Video streaming company nexGTv has launched an Android app for streaming movies and music from different genres/categories available in its repository. It had previously partnered with TV channels such as B4U, Zoom, Maa TV, 9X Jalwa, Tashan, B4U Music, M Tunes and 9XM Music to acquire movie streaming rights and claims to have an online library of nearly 2500 movies. In addition, the app will feature music content from popular songs, latest hits and regional music and provide access to other live music channels. The app has a minimised player window, reminders, TV guides and Social Connect. Earlier it launched an app for Live TV…
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