Spotify, the most popular audio streaming and media service provider based in Sweden has announced an extensive expansion introducing the service to more than 80 new markets across the globe that will include 36 new languages to the platform. This expansion includes Nepal as well, giving users access to Spotify’s wide range of music libraries.
As of now, Nepali users were compelled to use the virtual private network (VPN) to use Spotify in Nepal, a pain in the neck as the platform would log them out after a week or two and they would have to reconnect to a VPN and log in. With the official availability of Spotify in Nepal, users no longer have to rely on VPNs and enjoy its massive music libraries without any hassles. However, we are yet to see how Spotify deals with the payment structure.
This move is quoted as Spotify’s “dedication to international artists and listeners”, hence work “closely with local creators as well as partners to deliver a Spotify experience”, which fulfills every market that totals to above 1 billion world population — prospective listener that had no direct access to the platform.
Spotify looks forward to spreading its current music cultures to a global audience that will allow creators and artists to grow via their unique music and energy, hence develop their passion into a profession. While the artists and listeners accord via a single streaming platform, the company seems dedicated to expediting further music genres such as reggaeton, amapiano, and K-Pop, all of which have already made a special place in everyone’s heart.
The expansion includes nations in Asia, Africa, the Caribbean, Europe, and Latin America that are said to provide a ton of new creators with an opportunity to create, discover, and even develop a career in audio creation.
You can know more about the announcement from Spotify’s official website.