The global music platform Spotify has already launched in 13 new markets across Europe, bringing the total to 92.
Thus, as announced through an announcement, now, users in Kosovo, Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Montenegro, Northern Macedonia, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, and Ukraine can enjoy a listening experience that includes 50 million songs, 4 billion playlists and localized music personalization features.
"Our expansion in Europe comes as consumers in the region embrace broadcasting… Users in these 13 markets will join millions of existing Spotife listeners, so it's also a great moment for artists to be able to engage with more supporters "Never before, in an increasingly interconnected world," the statement said.
In this regard, it is said that all 13 markets will be able to enjoy the free Spotify application supported by advertising.
"Our mission is to unlock the potential of human creativity by giving one million creative artists and billions of fans the opportunity to enjoy and be inspired by these creators."