Spotify Now Available In Democratic Republic Of The Congo And Republic Of The Congo
Spotify’s catalog of over 70 million tracks is now available to listeners in these markets, with over 60 000 new releases added to the platform every day.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
As part of its ongoing commitment to be the number one global audio streaming subscription service, Spotify today announced that it is now available to listeners and creators in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Republic of the Congo.
Spotify’s free and premium services are now available in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Republic of the Congo, allowing users to listen to and discover new artists from around the world. Simultaneously, local artists are given the opportunity to reach new audiences as well as access to tools that will help them gain more audience insights and advance their careers both at home and abroad.
“Since launching in many parts of Africa earlier this year, Spotify has already had a warm welcome across the continent, and expanding our presence to Democratic Republic of the Congo and Republic of the Congo will help us further support local artists and foster the local music scene,” said Phiona Okumu, Head of Music, Sub-Saharan Africa, Spotify. “Building off the momentum from our expansion in the region in February of 2021, we’re excited to continue reaching new listeners and creators, regardless of where they live.”
Spotify’s catalog of over 70 million tracks is now available to listeners in these markets, with over 60 000 new releases added to the platform every day. Spotify, the world’s most popular audio streaming service, is now available in over 180 countries.
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