Spotify provides digital copyright-limited recorded music and podcasts from record labels and media firms, comprising over 82 million songs.
Basic functions are free with commercials and limited control as a freemium service, but further capabilities, like as offline listening and commercial-free listening, are available through paid memberships. As of October 2021, Spotify is available in over 180 countries. Users may find music by artist, album, or genre, as well as build, modify, and share playlists.
Spotify is accessible across the majority of Europe, as well as the Americas and Oceania, for a total of 184 markets.
Most platforms, including Windows, macOS, and Linux desktops, iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, and smart home devices such as the Amazon Echo, support the service.
As of June 2022, it was one of the top music streaming service providers, with over 433 million monthly active users, including 188 million paid members.
What Artists Are Leaving Spotify?
Neil Young left, Joni Mitchell, Ava DuVernay, and India Arie have all terminated connections with Spotify.
Neil Young, the legendary singer-songwriter, recently advised “other artists and record labels” to “move off the SPOTIFY platform and cease promoting SPOTIFY’s dangerous disinformation concerning COVID.”