Raise your hand if you cannot survive without good music in this life.
The methods of listening to music have evolved. Mix-tapes cartridges, CD plates, and cassettes have been replaced with Mp3s, Flash drives, Memory Cards and card-readers. But all of them have been flushed by the coming of Music streaming services that offer everything from hard rock to symphonic synth for a low subscription price.
Whether it’s Google Play, Pandora, Slacker, Tidal or Spotify, having a library of instant audio gratification at your fingertips is just a mere credit card swipe away. Now, the field of music streaming services in South Africa is going to get a little bit hotter, as the biggest player in music streaming, Spotify, is launching in the country next week which is a move to penetrate Africa and expand its market of over 159-million users, including over 71-million Spotify Premium subscribers, across 61 markets in the world.
Spotify also works hundreds on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles just in case you need some music streaming while you vanquish a boss or several in your games.