The music streaming service Spotify has revealed that it will begin offering its New Year’s Hub’ feature on the first of January in the year 2023. This announcement was made by the company on its official blog.
According to the company’s blog, the feature is intended to give classic party playlists and takeovers from popular musicians such as Rita Ora, N-Dubz, Celine Dion, and Charli XCX.
The company said that the most popular types of music played around the world are Pop, hip-hop, trap, k-pop, and indie pop.
According to the blog, the genres that witnessed the greatest increase in listeners were discofox, volksmusik, schlager, partyschlager, and cumbia (for those who believe that regular schlager is not festive enough).
Spotify has brought out playlists to match one’s mood, whether users prefer a heart-pounding dance party or a low-key evening.
Previously the firm announced the beta version and then provided users with access to the Android 13 media player capability. With the introduction of version 184.108.40.2061, the media player has now reached the stable channel, which users can download from the Play Store.
Users using Android 13 Compared to Android 12 devices noticed that the stop-and-play icons are curved, square-shaped, and more accessible.
On each side of the seek bar, the navigation controls for the next and previous tracks were improved, which gives a better user experience.
Spotify claims that in the previous year, Christmas Eve and New Year, they had added 82,000 new songs, with nearly 40,000 produced on the night itself.
In addition to that, the New Year’s Eve of 2021 included songs that could be enjoyed too, such as Mr Brightside, Uptown Funk, and Hey Ya!, which get a lot of attention.