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Dolapo and Damola Taiwo and Tola Ogunsola, MyMusic Founders

Damola Taiwo, is the MyMusic Chief Operating Officer, Dolapo Taiwo, the MyMusic Chief Technology Officer and Tola Ogunsola is the MyMusic Chief Executive Officer.

The trio established MyMusic because due to the huge market and massive potential of the music industry in Nigeria.

The artists produced several major hits annually and have huge followings but made little to no revenue from their music.

MyMusic was established to close the music business gap. 

MyMusic.com.ng is a commercial music download service that aims to provide a legitimate means of digital distribution of Nigerian music.

The service is presented on both mobile and web platforms and features multiple payment methods like the direct airtime credit billing, some of which are catered to deal with the unique challenges of the Nigerian market which is largely a cash only society.

The service aims to help reward Nigerian artists for their creative work and reduce piracy.

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