How To Submit Your Songs For Digital Distribution In Nigeria.

I recently discovered that majority of upcoming musicians in Nigeria finds it difficult to submit their songs to digital stores.

And this usually happens because they are unable to meet up with the aggregators requirements.

Therefore, i am going to try as much as possible in this article to outline those basic requirements that will enable you to easily submit your songs for digital distribution

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The basic requirements.

Export your songs in the best possible high quality.

  • It should be 24 bit (and not the usual 16 bit)
  • 320 kbps (avoid 256 and 128 kbps.
  • Most of the distributors do not accept mp3 files, and those that do will require you to export it in high quality like 128 or 320 kbps.
  • The general format for music distribution on several platforms are WAV files or AIFF.
  • 48 khz is very necessary for music that will be used for video licensing.

2. Embed your metadata which will include and not limited to the following:

  • Track name
  • Artiste name
  • Album name
  • Genre
  • Recording or release date
  • Email address and website etc.

3. Choose the best distributing platforms.

The 3 best distributing platforms are:

  • CD Baby
  • Tunecore
  • Distrokid


However distributing your music to digital stores is not the most important aspect on online music streaming, rather getting streams from those songs.

Because if you are not getting streams then you will never be able to make the money you should.

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