Spotify Launched in Malaysia

This is all for the music lovers on the go. Spotify has finally hit our Malaysian shores today. Don’t know what a Spotify is? Well, ladies and germs, you’re about to be wow-ed.

Spotify  is a commercial music streaming service providing DRM-Protected content from a range of major and independent record labels, including Sony, EMI, Warner Music Group and Universal. You can stream music from Spotify for FREE. We sh!t you not. Spotify was launched by a Swedish startup Spotify AB in October 2008 and with 24 million users and 6 million paying subscribers up til day, Spotify has expanded it’s services throughout all over the world including Malaysia.

The system is currently accessible using Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Telia Digital-tv, iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, Windows Phone, S60 (Symbian), webOS, Samsung Smart TV, Squeezebox, Boxee, Sonos, WD TV, Roku, MeeGo, and TiVo. One can listen to music on demand in your smartphone, laptop, computer, tabs, television, just as long there’s internet. Music can be browsed by artist, album, record label, genre or playlist as well as by direct searches. But what about Malaysian music, you say? Well, Spotify Malaysia is focused on bringing the best music from the Malaysian music scene. We are squealing from excitement right now.

But if streaming isn’t your fancy or your area receives a bad internet connection to stream, Spotify offers Spotify Premium where you can download music from Spotify, so you can listen it offline and everywhere. With enhanced sound quality and ads-free, for only RM14.90. But wait, before subscribe one can enjoy abusing Spotify Premium Trial for free for 30 days.

So come and click on Spotify’s website and sign up for free or log in with your Facebook account to enjoy free music on the go with over 20 million tracks, including Malaysia’s vibrant local music. Because free stuff is awesome.


Sign up to Spotify for free or log in with Facebook. Follow Spotify’s official Twitter and Spotify Malaysia‘s Twitter too for updates.