Reports indicate that Spotify is currently in talks to incorporate full-length music videos into its popular streaming app. While Spotify already offers video podcasts and short artist clips, the potential inclusion of full-length music videos would be a significant enhancement. Although no official confirmation or timeline has been provided, Spotify has begun discussions with potential partners for this feature.
If implemented, Spotify would join competitors like Apple Music and YouTube Music, both of which already provide access to a wide range of full-length music videos. Apple Music boasts an extensive library of the latest and most popular music videos, along with artist interviews and live recordings from Apple Music Live. YouTube Music seamlessly integrates audio and video, allowing subscribers to effortlessly switch between the two mediums thanks to its vast collection of YouTube videos.
As the leading global music streaming service, Spotify’s addition of music videos would undoubtedly intensify the competition among rival platforms. However, it remains to be seen how listeners will respond to the idea of watching music videos on Spotify, as the platform has traditionally focused on audio streaming.
In addition to the potential inclusion of music videos, Spotify is also rumored to be preparing for the launch of its long-awaited high-fidelity (HiFi) audio streaming feature. Although initially announced in 2021 without a specific release date, recent reports suggest that Spotify plans to introduce a premium subscription plan tailored to support HiFi audio streaming.
Exciting developments lie ahead for Spotify users as the platform seeks to enhance the overall music streaming experience through the potential addition of music videos and the highly anticipated introduction of HiFi audio streaming.
Written by: Artificial Intelligence Technology