Muzicity is a social media network for music and the bonafide alternative to Soundcloud.
Muzicity comment page gives the website a friendly feel and is populated with the latest music, comments and videos.
The comment section is very interactive and what sets Muzicity apart is comments come from actual music enthusiasts, so you can bet on getting direct feedback.
Music creators can set up an artist or band page and upload their music, create a bio and add friends.
You can browse all of the music creators on the website and searching is really easy as there are multiple filtering options to help you find artist, bands and music.
One of the best things about Muzicity is the ability to buy and sell music.
Music creators set their sale prices and sell their music via their own music player.
These music players are amazing promotional tools, songs can be shared on social media platforms and music creators can embedded their music player on websites.
Music creators can sell their music as backing tracks to the creative industries or as singles and albums direct to the public.
I’ve seen songs sell for $1 and others for $50.
Say you purchase an album for $10, the majority of the money, if not all goes to the music creator. Muzicity is really out to help music creators make money.
Joining is free, making Muzicity an awesome one-stop shop.
I found the website detailed FAQ page useful for most questions.
If you’re a music creator, don’t miss this opportunity, cover all avenues and upload your music to Muzicity.
To learn more visit Muzicity.co.uk