The D-Man and I listened to Pandora a lot during the pandemic. I never really got into it, but he always talked about having to “train” it by giving thumbs up and skipping songs, which I thought sounded like too much work when I just wanted to listen to some music.
Enter Spotify, which I got on this year. I pay the ten dollars a month for the Premium plan which includes more than 82 million ad-free tracks, plus the ability to download your music directly to a device and get higher streaming quality. As a Premium user, you also can save tracks and podcasts for offline listening. You also get a month for free when you subscribe for the first time.
There is a free version, if you really don’t want to pay for your streaming, but there are other plans and some company partners that can give you the benefits of the premium without paying the full 10.00 per month.
What makes Spotify my favorite music streaming platform? I have yet to search for a song I want to hear or add and not found it.
It’s easy to make playlists, but there are a ton of great ones already created. The D-Man and I found one with live versions of some of our favorites that we had never heard before. There are playlists by types of music, moods and even weather (Chill Rainy Day Mix).
Best of all, there are new artists that you can discover and support. If you have ever said, “there is no good new music out there,” you have not been on Spotify!
Speaking of new music, I am getting ready to release a new song on December 16th and yes, it will be available on Spotify. See the link below for the new song and also for Ready To Love again, the first release. Enjoy!
Let's Make Something Happen
Ready To Love Again