Swedish audio streaming company Spotify announced late Monday that it will be launching in Pakistan and other countries in the "next few days".
"We launch in 80+ new markets over the next few days. See you soon Bangladesh, Pakistan and Nigeria," tweeted the platform along with a video mentioning the countries they will be arriving in.
American singer and songwriter Khalid said that the "momentum" provided by the platform will be "huge.
Other artists to feature in the video included Rina Sawayma, Anitta, Rosalia, The Kid Lorai, Finneas, Bille Ellish, Camilo, Lous and Yakuza, Mr Eazi.
South Korean band Black Pink said that Spotify helps them reach out to "fans from around the world, instantly".
Soon after the announcement, the platform also posted for the first time on their Instagram page created for Spotify Pakistan.
The account was created in November last year.
However, the company had remained silent about their launch since then and had not issued any updates or descriptions.
A day later, however, Pakistani singer Shamoon Ismail confirmed that the Swedish-based streaming platform would be launching in Pakistan in the near future.
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