SVF Music, one of the largest music labels of Eastern India, has recently associated with four of India’s renowned short video apps- ShareChat, Moj, Roposo (also on Glance) and Zili to make its content universally available.
Speaking about this new association, Mr. Mahendra Soni, Co-Founder & Director of SVF Music, said,
“Through this partnership, the ShareChat, Moj or Roposo’s consumers will now have access to SVF Music’s popular and highly engaging music catalogues. Combining efforts with another distribution platform will build a wider audience base and a powerful partnership as our music options are unlimited, when it comes to engaging audience nationally.”
Apart from this, the music label has also partnered with Smule, popular global Karaoke app. With this association, SVF Music’s vast content library will now be available on the above short video and Karaoke platforms thereby delivering the users with their favourite Bengali music.
“This small step will give a huge push to regional songs as nationwide users will now be able to generate their own content with popular Bengali songs. We are positive that our vast music library will be available to a large base of users through this association,” added Soni.
The users of Short Video Apps like ShareChat, Moj, Roposo, Zili and Smule can now make their own short videos by choosing any songs of SVF and upload it on their channel. Apart from these, SVF Music content library is available on major audio platforms of India.