Music streaming and download service, iROKING, has just released a cool new music player that allows any of its over 35,000 tracks to be embedded into blogs and sites.
The iROKING music player features two colour themes — light grey and dark grey — and allows users to choose whether the embedded track would autoplay or not on any site. It also allows users to share any track they’re listening to via Facebook and Twitter and, if possible, download the song for free.
In an industry peopled with piracy and the illegal proliferation of music content online, iROKING is looking to curb this trend one step at a time. Before now, bloggers and site owners were used to uploading songs one at a time on their sites for their audience to listen to or download.
But with iROKING’s new music player, it would be much easier for them to focus on their content, while embedding iROKING’s music player into each relevant article, thus giving them control on how they want to share new music on their sites.
iROKING believes that this move would help to make music content more organised and legally accessible by music lovers. Besides, it would set the standard for new music discovery in the digital space, and allow recording artists to concentrate their time and efforts on making, rather than distributing music.
The music streaming service is launching its new music player alongside the release of the much-anticipated collabo between Nollywood star and singer, Tonto Dikeh and Terry G in a brand new track called Crazically Fit, which is available for download via iROKING as from today.