The streaming music world’s most noticeably bad kept mystery is at long last affirmed to be valid: Spotify will today launch in South Africa, the organization’s agents affirmed in an email to Memeburn.
The news comes after various insults and insights, including a reputed Vodacom organization in 2014, a very noteworthy activity posting a year ago, and a solicitations to a media occasion in Johannesburg a week ago.
South Africa will be the Swedish music streaming service’s first foray into Africa, as it looks to bolster its 160-million user base.
But gaining users may not be so easy. The South African streaming market is congested, with the likes of Deezer, Google Play Music, and the biggest player in the country Apple Music, all vying for a piece of the streaming pie.
More details will be made available later today, so stay tuned for pricing, service and content announcements.