Spotify partners with Coke Studio to bring Pakistani singers to the world – Music

If you are Coke Studio Pakistan aficionados, we are here to bring you some great news! Your favorite music franchise has teamed up with Spotify, making it easy to listen to your favorite songs from all seasons, whether you are a free or premium user on the audio streaming service.

Spotify – a popular global audio streaming subscription service – is now the official music streaming partner of Coke Studio Pakistan. Coke Studio artists will now have a place to share their music with millions of users on Spotify in Pakistan and beyond.

Starting today (January 12), users will be able to listen to songs from all seasons, available to Spotify free and premium users on their mobile and desktop apps. For now, the Season 14 destination on Spotify is only available in UK, US, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, India, Japan, UAE, and Saudi Arabia. . In Pakistan, the season will air on January 14 on TV channels.

There are also myriad of playlists on Spotify that you can start listening right away, playlists like Coke Studio Pakistan, Women of Coke Studio Pakistan, Best of: Coke Studio Sufi and many more.

Coke Studio released the official Coke Studio Season 14 trailer on January 9, teasing a crazy lineup of music greats and Gen Z soloists with the promise of revolutionizing the music platform. The trailer reveals returning favorites like Abida Parveen, Atif Aslam, and Ali Sethi, as well as new Coke Studio block kids Hasan Raheem, Young Stunners, and Faris Shafi. You’ll also get a glimpse of Grammy-nominated artist Arooj Aftab in the trailer!

The list also includes artists Meesha Shafi, Momina Mustehsan, Quratulain Balouch, Zain-Zohaib, Karakoram, Eva B, Abdul Wahab Bugti, Abdullah Siddiqui and Talal Qureshi, among others. Siddiqui, a 20-year-old electro-pop prodigy who blew us away when arriving on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list in 2021, has announced that he is also working as an associate producer for Coke Studio.

The 14-year-old music platform promises a “new vibe” in its final season, aware of the kind of music listeners are looking for in 2022 – music “straight up and uncensored, as the creators intended.”

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