Spotify's Clubhouse clone adds 6 new shows per week Some

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Spotify's Clubhouse clone adds 6 new shows per week Some

Postby kafa88 on Tue Sep 14, 2021 10:45 am


This summer, Spotify launched its live audio app and Clubhouse competitor, Spotify Greenroom, promising more programming in the coming months to add primarily user-generated live content. Staying true to previous promises with the launch of six new shows on Spotify Greenroom focused on pop culture and music. In addition to what Spotify calls "playlist-inspired shows," it means playlists inspired by Spotify's own playlists.This includes new shows based on the popular Lorem playlist released in 2019, featuring a mix of indie-pop,

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R&B, garage rock, hip-hop and more. Focus on a younger Gen Z audience The playlist currently has over 884,000 "likes" on Spotify and has become one of the places where new artists can break through on the platform. The Spotify Greenroom show features a cultural blend and discussion of music, environment, sustainability, fashion and space, Spotify says. Hosted by Gen Z and TikTok influencers, Dev Lemons and Max Motley, the show will engage artists and creators. Other Influences premieres Wednesday, September 15 at 9 p.m. ET.

The new "Inspired Playlist" show is "The Get Up LIVE" if the name sounds familiar. That's because "The Get Up" was introduced last fall, as Spotify offers an all-day morning show that mixes music with radio-led content by hosts discussing news, pop culture, social media and entertainment. entertainment and other topics . Such content is not yet classified as live. The show is pre-recorded and made available as a playlist that gives listeners a chance to experience daily FM radio programming. Now, "The Get Up's" co-hosts Kat Lazo and Xavier "X" Jernigan will be Recording their show live on Greenroom,

the program was originally planned to launch on Wednesday, September 15 at 11 a.m. ET, but was delayed.This strange time seems to conflict with Spotify's original intention of curating shows for commuters. But with the rise of remote work amid the never-ending epidemic Dealing with a roaming audience might not seem appealing to the new program, however, Spotify tells us that "The Get up LIVE" will be a great addition to the daily show. which will continue to operate normally That is why it was broadcast later.

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