Welcome to Music Nepal
Music Nepal began its journey as the pioneering private music company in 1982 under the Industrial Act of Nepal. With decades of quality service, continuous involvement and sincere dedication, Music Nepal has established itself as the unquestioned market leader in the music business of Nepal. Over the years Music Nepal joined hands with other stake holders to strengthen the copyright regime in the country. It pioneered the concept of royalty payment to artists and creators of music by paying fixed percentage of sales revenue of their albums. This encouraged creations and helped in the exponential growth of the industry. After the collapse of physical sales of music-cassettes and CDs, Music Nepal took the lead in the sales of music and videos in different forms such as Ring Back Tones in mobile and digital platforms. Today, Music Nepal has alliances with more than 500 other music companies for the digital marketing of songs, videos and personal ring back tones (PRBTs) and accounts for three quarter of the music market in the country. It also hosts the largest number of music and related content which includes songs of different genres in Nepali and different national languages.
The music bank as it is often referred consists of more than 40000 copies of original songs and 10000 videos in digital format. Ours is the largest catalog of music and videos in the country and is the one stop solution for all digital audio and video music demands. Also Music Nepal’s contents are available in more than 40 countries. In its pursuit for musical excellence and applied research in Nepal, Music Nepal has also founded its own formal music school and research center named Nepal Music Center in Kathmandu, the capital city itself. Perhaps, it is for these contributions and for its continued and conscious effort to serve Nepali Music fraternity that we have been awarded various prestigious national and international recognitions including the Goldstar International Award for excellence in quality.
Our vision is to make Nepali music commercially competitive in the international music market by encouraging creativity and enhancing competency through education so that music becomes a dignified career for the gifted and a source of income for the country.
Our mission is to stimulate Nepali musical life and to establish music as a profession financially rewarding to all the stakeholders. We will achieve our goal by: