Spotify are bringing lyrics to Free and Premium listeners in Latin America, South Asia, and Southeast Asia

Spotify listeners will be able to follow lyrics and sing along to their favourite songs as they’re introducing Lyrics to their popular music service.

Starting today Spotify are rolling out lyrics to countries around the world so that listeners can follow the words to their favourite songs as they listen. The feature is rolling out to both Free and Premium Spotify users and will feature the language of the singers for global songs.

Spotify have teamed up with Musixmatch to provide the lyrics on their apps. Listeners can bring up lyrics to the songs they are listening to by clicking a new ‘Lyrics tab’ at the bottom of the Now Playing screen. Lyrics will scroll down in real time with playback of music.

Spotify are rolling out lyrics to listeners in the following countries starting today:

Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Mexico, Peru, Bolivia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, El Salvador, Uruguay, Vietnam, Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan, Singapore, and Hong Kong.

They are slowly rolling out lyrics to India as well, stating that they want to release lyrics slowly to ensure the best experience in the country.

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