Artists in Russia, Ukraine and Croatia can now upload their songs to Spotify for free
Spotify is one of the most popular music streaming platforms available out there. However, the service offered by Spotify is limited only to certain countries in the world. The Spotify team continuously focuses on providing more people with access to this music streaming platform by officially launching it to new countries and territories. As a part of that initiative, Spotify was recently released to 13 different countries. They include Russia, Serbia, Ukraine, Croatia, North Macedonia, Slovenia, Bosnia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Albania, Kosovo, Moldova, Montenegro, and Herzegovina.
Any person from the above-mentioned list of countries can now download the Spotify app and create their accounts. Then they buy the subscription and enjoy unlimited music streaming. On the other hand, artists and musicians in these countries can now upload their tracks for free and make them available for the fans.
As of now, Spotify is available for a total of 92 countries. Artists from these countries who upload their tracks to Spotify will be able to make them available for over 286 million music lovers in all those 92 countries in the world. On the other hand, it will be possible for them to get their tracks to one of the biggest online music libraries, which contain thousands of songs.