Startup Profile: TrashorPass — download, review trending songs in Nigeria

by | Aug 4, 2017

TrashorPass is an online social platform that enables music lovers to share their thoughts on trending songs in Nigeria. Keno Alordiah, understanding the level at with Nigerians enjoy indigenous music, launched the TrashorPass on January 12.

Joining the likes of Notjustok.com, 360nobs.com, Jambaze.com and others, Keno Alordiah claims TrashorPass offers more user interaction and engagement. The music review and rating platform claim to be the one-stop platform for the latest Nigerian songs on the stereo.

To make reviewing interesting, users can either trash songs (of low ratings) and pass songs having high views and ratings. It’s based on the users’ immediate reaction to a song.

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The founder emphasises that data collected through these reviews is used to paint a holistic picture of the songs. However, what he didn’t mention is the revenue model of the website. Perhaps, through adverts or sales of collated data.

If you are a Nigerian music enthusiast, you may join fellow folks on the platform.


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