Naijatastic is the platform to be on if you are a Nigerian music lover. Naijatastic is perfect for upcoming talented Nigerian/African music artists to upload their audio content from Music to Podcast or DJ mixes. The focus is Nigerian / African contents, either in Nigeria or the diaspora. This is a specific niche focus that the Naijatastic Team are only targeting. Also, music from A-list Nigerian artists are sometimes showcased on the platform, but the platform mainly focuses on new artists, younger artists and emerging artists.

Registration on the platform is FREE and Naijatastic is free to upload tracks, share music and promote yourself and your art. It is the platform for artists, labels, podcasters, promoters, producers to share their audio contents. Naijatastic DO NOT allow the upload of commercial music for stream unless you are the copyright holder or have gotten approval from the copyright holder to do so. Unauthorized music is deleted and violating accounts are banned.

If you are looking for a more niche-focused Soundcloud alternative for your tracks or you are simply a lover of African music and content (Afrobeat, Afropop, Gospel tunes, Rap music, Podcasts), then Naijatastic is the community platform to join.

Is Naijatastic worth it?
Any platform that aids in popularity and distribution is absolutely worth it, especially when it is free to use.
To register an account, and start sharing your tracks and building a community for yourself as an artist or making a playlist, and stay connected with your favourite talented artists as a listener, please visit

About Naijatastic
Naijatastic is an entertainment hub! We are a digital audio streaming platform created to showcase and explore Nigerian Music, DJ Mixes, Podcasts, Soundtracks, Radio Shows for listeners, artists, curators, and brands. We aim to promote awareness and maintain exposure for Nigerian audio contents by Nigerian artistes in Nigeria or the diaspora. We are available on the web, as well as via iOS and Android apps.

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