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Over 60,000 Songs Uploaded To Spotify Every Day (Music Business World)

Thursday February 25th, 2021

By : Tim Ingham
Source: Music Business Worldwide 

The mind-boggling amount of music being uploaded to Spotify continues to get even more mind-boggling.

As part of Spotify’s ‘Stream On’ event on Monday (February 22), the company confirmed that more than 60,000 new tracks are now being ingested by its platform every single day.

The figure, announced by Spotify’s co-Head of Music, Jeremy Erlich, means that across the course of this year, approximately 22 million tracks will be added to Spotify’s catalog.

Meanwhile, at 60,000 tracks per day, Spotify is seeing a new track uploaded to its platform every 1.4 seconds

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