Today, bBooth, Inc. announces it has introduced new features to its app Sonstagram, soon-to-be rebranded as “kord.” This app provides all music artists with new opportunities through its fan engagement features now available. Built on a strong social media platform, with state-of-the-art messaging and video-sharing technology, Sontragram/kord provides a unique experience for customers and artists. Users can record and share up to four and a half minutes of their own versions of their favorite songs or add their favorite artists’ music to videos they already have on their desktop or mobile device.
With Songstagram/kord, artists no longer have to pay monthly storage fees so their fans can listen to their music or upload content. Artists can get their own built-into-the-app store where they can sell their content, merchandise and communicate directly with their fans. The app allows artists to deliver unique fan engagement.
“Artists no longer earn what they deserve for the art that they create and everyone else enjoys,” states Rory J. Cutaia, CEO of bBooth. “We’re changing that right now. Direct fan engagement is how artists can recover the revenue they lost when digital downloads disrupted the compact disc business. Our platform is truly win-win for artists and consumers.”
The first artist to be launched under the newly enhanced app is 2015 Grammy-nominated singer Angie Fisher, whose song “I.R.S.” was nominated recently for Best Traditional R&B Performance. Angie let the Songstagram cameras follow her around through her entire Grammy experience. The full video will be available April 1. You can listen to her songs and interact with Angie through Songstagram.