InformAfrica – Nigerians have got two popular Nigerian networks putting Nigeria on the map, one of which is for Nigerian music and the other for Nigerian movies. Collectively, both networks showcase an extensive collection of Free Nigerian movies and Nigerian music online for all to enjoy and comment on Nigerian entertainment.
First, let’s introduce Nigeria Music Network.
Founded in 2011, Nigeria Music Network is a remarkable music and video platform dedicated to showcasing the very best of Nigerian music (audio) and Nigerian music videos. The platform encourages music lovers to listen and constructively comment on Nigerian music they love or hate. Commentary and opinion arguably help improve the quality of music Nigerian musicians produce. The platform was founded and developed by Kevin Onuma, a webmaster with keen interest on all things Africa.
Briefly speaking, Nigeria Music Network is a music video sharing site for Nigerian music of all genres such as AfroBeat, African Soul, Highlife, Fuji, Naija Hip-Hop, R&B, Reggae; Igbo music, Yoruba music, Hausa music; including Nigerian Artists biography, interviews, dance videos, music blog, just to name a few. Anyone can openly suggest music MP3’s and music videos from 3rd Party sites such as YouTube to be showcased on the platform. Interested parties can register for a free account here: Join Nigeria Music Network!
Secondly, let’s introduce Nigeria Movie Network (NMN):
Founded in 2010, Nigeria Movie Network is a video sharing network and movie platform for Nollywood fanatics across the globe. With thousands of entertaining Nigerian movies and Nollywood videos on the platform, NMN is a leading destination for the best of Nollywood films online; and as such have created a platform where the vast Nollywood audience come to share their views, opinion, or constructive criticism on Nollywood movies they watch. Interested parties can register for a free account here: Join Nigeria Movie Network!
One of the benefits of the Nigerian movie network platform is that it acts as a community where Nollywood film-makers submit their feature films and new movie trailers to reach a more targeted audience (which is Nollywood) to get feedback, and where Nollywood fans watch and share their views accordingly. The platform was also founded and developed by Kevin Onuma an African webmaster, blogger, and social media addict.
All Nigerian movies and Nigerian music videos on both networking platforms are in good faith shared from 3rd Party sites such as YouTube, Daily Motion, etc., and acts as an avenue or extension showcasing Nigerian entertainment to reach a more targeted audience. Showcasing contents from 3rd party sites also helps keep overhead low and prevents copyright infringement issues at the same time.
It is important to note that both popular Nigerian networks does not only showcase Nigerian entertainment but also musical and movie related contents from other African countries; hence African music and African movies.
-Composed by InformAfrica Editorial team