Now that Khabib Nurgami’s ‘Khadafi’ has been released, Spotify has finally given us a way to get the song on the platform.
According to the streaming platform, the album’s “premium” status means it can be streamed for free, as long as the Spotify account is linked to a valid email address.
“This is an exciting time for Khabub.
Khabbob’s music has been a pillar of his brand for years.
With his new record, he is finally showing his support and fans will be able to enjoy it for free,” Spotify said in a statement.”
If you have an email address linked to your Spotify account, you can stream the album at no additional cost.
If you are a Spotify Premium user, you’ll be able stream the record for free at no cost.”
So is this a big deal?
Spotify is still selling albums through its own store, which lets you listen to music without having to buy a physical CD.
The company also says it will let fans stream their own music via its own music streaming service, although the latter hasn’t launched yet.
“It’s a big step forward for Khabbie.
The new record is the first of a number of new songs that are coming this summer.
We hope you’ll join us in enjoying them.”
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