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iHub By Scott Henry / May 24, 2014

mZiiki Music App Launch @ The iHub

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Guest post by Vishal Rane

We have a special invitation for all of you, your friends and family and just about any one who loves music and is APP crazy..!

Spice Africa is launching a Music APP called mZiiki on 29th May from 4:30 pm at the iHub Bishop Magua Centre, opp Uchumi Ngong Road. mZiiki is a free music streaming app meant for East Africa. This app will stream music of local artists from East Africa, including Nonini (our Guest of Honor). Other artists who will also grace this event are Grace, Diamond, Lady Jay dee, Chameleon, and Bebe Cool.

We have a star studded night, with your beverages, loads of music and entertainment for you.  Please come and Join the Moment have fun while testing the app and let us know what you think of it and how we can improve it.

Every participant who will provide us user experience feedback to better our product will get a free T-Shirt. To facilitate all arrangements please RSVP to the contacts below with your name, make and model of your phone, phone number and T-Shirt size.

Listen, Love, Share…… This is our motto! So come, listen, we are sure you will love it and then share your joy with your near and dear ones!

 

RSVP
Kevin - kevin.njogu@spiceafrica.com
Cell: +254 724 041 911

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Author : Scott Henry

Scott Henry is an enthusiastic and passionate university student currently studying a combined major in business and computer science at the University of British Columbia. He is committed to leadership in his community, which is demonstrated through his involvements in impact investing and social inclusion. With a keen interest in social enterprise Scott aims to educate his peers on the positive gains that can be acquired through socially responsible business practices. When he’s not writing business plans or endless lines of code he enjoys classical singing, photography and social media.


2 Comments
  • Caesar at 23:08:38PM Saturday, May 24, 2014

    Call me crazy but I think the name is freakishly similar to myZiki. MyZiki.com launched way back in 2012 and the startup still distributes local music.

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  • Benson mwangi at 14:57:57PM Monday, May 26, 2014

    Thank you so much for the information,can’t wait to stream using the App.

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