Spotify celebrate the holidays by giving music fans exclusive gifts

Spotify are joining up with massive artists like Sia, Shawn Mendes, DNCE, Fetty Wap, Migos, Young Thug and Korn to offer ‘Surprise Swag’ gifts to their biggest Spotify Superfans.

Spotify want to give thanks to some of artist’s biggest Spotify fans for being their most dedicated, fanatic followers with exclusive festive swag based on the artist they love. Spotify have found the biggest fans of these artists based on their listening history on Spotify and is preparing custom designed gifts and personalised cards from them and the artist to their Superfans.

Supergifts include:

Sianta Hats

It’s a Santa Hat with one key difference: flowing from the hat’s brim is a replica of Sia’s trademark black-and-platinum hair.

Fruitcake by the Ocean

In celebration of DNCE’s breakout hit by Cake By the Ocean, this fruitcake won’t be anything like your ordinary holiday potluck version.

Trapping Paper

Why wrap your presents when you can trap your presents? Custom wrapping paper is covered in illustrations of the year’s top trap artists: Fetty Wap, Young Thug, and Migos, created by @gangsterdoodles.

Kornaments

Instead of sparkly red balls and shiny white angels, these ornaments are hand-crafted, deviously dark pieces of art inspired by Korn’s latest album artwork for The Serenity of Suffering.

Treat You Sweater

An ugly Christmas sweater with one handsome twist – a knitted Shawn Mendes.


Spotify say to keep an eye on their Twitter, Instagram and Facebook this month to “check out the gifts and hear from artists celebrating their superfans.”

Head of Social Media and Marketing, RouteNote

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