Spotify Music Expands To St Vincent And The Grenadines

(Yahoo News) – Spotify already has a solid foothold around the world, but it’s gearing up to grow even bigger, with its expansion to the Caribbean including SVG.

Spotify says it plans to work with local artists and rights holders to tailor and expand its library for each specific market. With all that said, the day one experience will differ from country to country.

According to Alex Nörstrom, Spotify’s Chief Freemium Business officer, right out of the gate, users in those new markets will have access to the service’s full global content library, and the company says the browse and search pages will “adapt to the local market and the listener’s taste the more they use the service.”

From a deals perspective, Spotify also says it plans to work with local artists and rights holders to tailor and expand its library for each specific market.

The full list of new markets in the Caribbean includes St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Dominica, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago.

Spotify also says it plans to work with local artists and rights holders to tailor and expand its library for each specific market. With all that said, the day one experience will differ from country to country.

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