On 12th April, Spotify refreshed its Ramadan Hub in Singapore and Malaysia, providing listeners with a new series of playlists to soundtrack their moods and moments across Ramadan. Whether you’re with your families or apart this Ramadan, Spotify offers a way to celebrate together and build meaningful connections through music – near or far.
The Ramadan Hub features the following playlists for audiences across the world celebrating Ramadan – also featuring top acts from Singapore and Malaysia:
- Salam! Playlist: Spotlighting the best Muslim artists in the world in one single playlist – across various music genres both religious and entertainment. This playlist will be refreshed weekly to spotlight local artists from around the world – so don’t forget to check out this playlist this week as we shine a light on some of Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia’s best Muslim artists.
- Salam Raya Playlist: This newly-released playlist presents modern rendition of classic Eid-themed tracks by current artists such as Yuna, Aina Abdul, Naim Daniel, andIsmail Izzani.
- Lagu Raya Playlist: This playlist offers familiar celebratory and upbeat tunes as Ramadan observers express their gratitude and feast with families and loved ones.
- Penenang Hati Playlist: This playlist serves to provide soothing spiritual accompaniments as Muslims observe the Holy Month together.
- MendekatiNya Playlist: This playlist offers aims to bring listeners’ worship moments to new depths during this period of extra dhikr and prayers
- Refleksi Diri Playlist: A mixed-media playlist of religious songs and podcasts from well-known artists and Indonesian podcasters, like Menjadi Manusia and Suara Puan, to accompany your self-reflection
“Through the refreshed Ramadan Hub, we hope to give listeners an alternative way to foster a spirit of togetherness through hyper-localised playlists dedicated to the occasion. Whether it’s Ramadan or Hari Raya, fans can look forward to a great mix of music across a wide spectrum of genres fully curated for the celebration,” says Kossy Ng, Head of Music at Spotify Asia.