MP3 Streams Kodi Addon (Music)

MP3 Streams Kodi Addon

With the MP3 Streams Kodi addon you can listen to music from all your favorite artists and bands. There are plenty of sections to choose from like Artists, Top Albums, Compilations, Billboard Charts and many more. Also there are playlist and shuffle features to play random music. In this guide we show you step by step how to install the MP3 Streams Kodi Addon in just a couple of steps.

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Sections Overview

  • Artists
  • Top Albums
  • New Albums
  • Compilations
  • Billboard Charts
  • Search Artists
  • Search Albums
  • Search Songs
  • Favourite Artists
  • Favourite Albums
  • Favourite Songs
  • Instant Mix Favourite Songs (Shuffe and Play)
  • Instant Mix Favourite Artists (Shuffe and Play)
  • Clear Playlist

How to install MP3 Streams Kodi Addon

Install The Red Repository

  1. You may need to enable unknown sources in your Kodi settings
  2. Go into your Kodi settings and open the file manager
  3. Select “Add source” and click on “None”
  4. Type in the path “” and select “Done”
  5. Highlight the box underneath and type in a name like “redrepo” for this media source
  6. Click “OK”
  7. Go back to your main menu and select “Addons” on the left side
  8. Open the addon browser by clicking on the little box symbol at the top left
  9. Select “Install from ZIP file”
  10. Answer the warning message with “Yes”
  11. Open the source “redrepo” and select the file “”
  12. Wait until the notification appears that the repository was installed successfully

If you are not sure how to install a Kodi addon check out our guide with screenshots.

Install MP3 Streams Kodi Addon

  1. In your addon browser select “Install from repository”
  2. Select the installed “The Red Repo”
  3. Open the category “Music addons”
  4. Select the MP3 Streams Kodi addon and click on “Install” on the bottom right
  5. Confirm the installation of the dependencies by selecting “OK”
  6. Wait until the notification appears that the Kodi addon was installed successfully
  7. Return to the main menu and the Kodi addon will be accessible from there

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21 thoughts on “MP3 Streams Kodi Addon (Music)”

  1. I have Kodi 19.4 Unknown sources active & add does not work. When I click on any of the categories I get a file folder icon with an arrow pointing to the left.
    Any suggestions or a lending hand?

    Thank you


  2. I just started using this, the crew repo, and so far its working fine. Though sometimes it stops after a song instead of going to the next one..

  3. Team Kodi, I have Mp3 Streams installed (official Kodi 20) and absolutely nothing plays. After clicking on a selection I’m left staring at the spinning circle of death. After approximately literally 2 minutes it goes back to the selection screen. I have cleared cache/data and uninstalled/ reinstalled on Mp3 Streams but nothing works. Same problem/results on all of my boxes (Nvidia Shield)

    • May I suggest to delete version Kodi 20 forward. Then reinstall Kodi’s version 19.3 or 19.4. You can do this using Play Store. It will be the most current version there for download. Thus, Google or Duck Duck Go to search for versions Kodi 19.3 and or 19.4. Now you may download Mp3 Streams by clicking on music add-ons. Mp3 streams will be there. Most importantly the music add-on once the quick download will then work perfectly. Personally I have found that Kodi 20 Genesis –> forward has bugs. Thus, I’m staying with Kodi 19.3 or 19.4 until the developers improve Kodi 20 version, or any other version forward. Tip. Above the section where you will click on allowing “unknown sources” you will see a selection asking to allow auto updates, or inform but do not update. The last option just states “do allow any updates.” I clicked on the offer “to inform, but to not allow any future updates.” If you do not make this decision then you’ll find that while you’re media box or tool is left connected to the internet; you will come back to find that Kodi as auto up- dated to Kodi 20 Genesis, or the newest beta version. Thereby, you will have lost Cody 19.3 or 19.4 to an auto download to Kodi 20 Genesis, the newest version. Again I’m sticking with Kodi 19.3 or 19.4 version. everything works great using either one of these two versions on my media box.
      Hope this helps and does not confused. it that be the case I apologize.
      Peace. :–)

    • Apologize. Meant to say you cannot download Kodi versions 19.3 or 19.4 from the Google Play Store. Version 20 is available now. Thus you will have to search for the older versions using your browser of choice. Even though I have Kodi set to inform, but not auto update to the newer version of Kodi being 20, it will sometimes go ahead and upload Kodi 20 anyway. For me personally, I find the 20 version just does not work well. Plus MP3 streams is not in the Repository for version 20. When I delete version 20, and then install 19.3 or 19.4 everything works fine. I’m not sure why this to be the case? Plus, eventually I realize probably things will not work well with the 19.3 or 19.4 version. However, for now the older Kodi versions works for me while using an Android media box.

    • Found solution: If you’re running the old Slamious/Diggz version, you must fully uninstall it and replace with The Crew’s version (Jon Bovi – v.2022.0.2). Apparently, there is a conflict if you just try to upgrade the version using the source change option (the “Versions” button in the information contest menu) . Despite the confirmation that the update is successful when trying to update this way, it will not apply the appropriate upgrades to scrape correctly.

      • Noticing that The Crew version does NOT support playlist functionality, like the old Slamious/Diggz version (SGK Repo). Hoping someone notices and makes a revision.

  4. Installed perfectly works except it does not keep track or download song any chance of fixing this I know it use to keep the track after playing it. I would then be able to play the songs offline and yes have custom music location set and ticked keep all downloaded songs

  5. Addon works on kodi installed on pc but does not work on my honor 7x smartphone with android 9.
    The addon setting is the same. The Kodi version is also the same (19.3)
    Why this difference?