Spotify will be expanding its services to 85 new markets including the Sub Saharan region.
The popular streaming subscription service is now available in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania and Uganda as of 23 February.
The news follows after the service announced its 80+ new markets expansion around the world and an addition of 36 languages.
Spotify expands its operations in Africa with its unrivaled mix of features that have made it the world’s most popular audio streaming subscription service, including more than 70 million international and local songs and over 4 billion playlists.
With a worldwide community of more than 345 million monthly active listeners, Spotify will offer a world-class audio listening and music discovery experience to listeners. The Spotify service is available for free or with an upgrade to Spotify Premium, a subscription service that offers an ad-free music listening experience.
Listeners will get to enjoy more than 100 playlists across some of the most popular genres in the continent and have access to a wide range of African music, including AmaPiano Grooves, Afropop and more.