Spotify is the world’s largest subscription music streaming service with 320m users, across 92 countries. And it seems that the wait is finally over as Shamoon Ismail recently confirmed its launch in Pakistan.
On Monday, the Punjabi and blues singer took to his Twitter and said that Spotify, a Swedish-based audio streaming platform, would be launching in Pakistan very soon.
“I confirm Spotify is coming to Pakistan,” he wrote.
I confirm Spotify is coming to Pakistan
— Shamoon (@ShamoonIsmail) November 16, 2020
The announcement left Pakistani music fans excited and wondering whether it is official. On the other hand, Spotify created a verified Instagram account for Pakistan over the weekend, signalling that it may soon be coming to the country.
While the company has not shared any details about launching its service in Pakistan, the account has so far garnered over 16k followers on Instagram.
“Spotify Pakistan; Music for every moment. Play, discover and share for free,” the bio reads.
The big reveal has attracted a variety of reactions. While some are still waiting for the ‘official statement’…
— A (@lostpakora) November 16, 2020
instagram music to aane de pehle https://t.co/GMmdVThz2P
— m*hru (@moonphatt) November 16, 2020
Others are excited for the launch.
Yesssssss. When ???
— Azam Jamil (@AzamJamil53) November 16, 2020
Finally something good happening💯 hopeful to see other things like PayPal, amazon, Netflix etc too here soon💫 https://t.co/nhDI7wUJXc
— Rehan Ali (@rrehanaali) November 16, 2020
Then there are those who don’t trust the authorities anymore. Given the recent PUBG and TikTok bans, this came as a natural response.
Waiting for PTA to ban it too🥴 https://t.co/9iXmYodlHR
— Ayeshahaha (@pasta_desi) November 16, 2020
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