Spotify further expands its sphere of influence and, after experimenting with NFT technology, joins the metaverse thanks to a partnership with Roblox, a gaming platform for teenagers. Spotify Island, this is the name of the project involving the best known music streaming service in the world, will be a place where fans can connect and create new sounds together, go out in digital spaces and gain access to exclusive virtual merchandising. The intent is to create an interactive space where users and artists can finally get in touch, complete interactive missions, unlock exclusive content and create virtual merchandising.


The announcement came at the same time as Spotify was hiring professionals who are able to build new engaging experiences and foster connections with younger audiences. Among the proposed objectives, there are various game possibilities for Roblox users that will allow them to collect points and reach the highest position in the ranking, but also collect likes to be exchanged for merchandising. In addition to Spotify Island, players will also be able to explore other themed islands that will be modified continuously throughout the year, in order to allow the user a more varied and complete gaming experience. These themed virtual destinations will feature exclusive content, artist interactions and themed mini-missions designed for both superfans and curious explorers. The first experience on Spotify Island is the K-Pop themed K-Park, scheduled to launch next spring. K-Park will give fans the chance to interact with superstars such as Stray Kids and SUNMI.

With this agreement, Roblox invests more and more in music content and does so not only with Spotify but also with Warner Music Group, BMG, Sony Music Entertainment, the National Music Publishers Association and with the producer of Electric Daisy Carnival Insomniac. Additionally, Roblox has been the platform for virtual performances by artists such as Lil Nas X, 21 Pilots, David Guetta, 24KGoldn, Zara Larsson and KSI. We are confident that this agreement will lead both Spotify and Roblox to have an exponential growth of users in the short term, especially considering the fame of the first which already has 422 million monthly active users.


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