UK music fans can enjoy more than 200 million songs on Spotify, a new report has found.
But the report, based on an analysis of 1,890,000 Spotify streams, says that the music industry is struggling to capture the new music fans.
More than half the music that’s streamed online in Britain in the year to May 2019 was from a single artist, Spotify says.
“We have a huge amount of new music that is not coming to the UK.
We have a lot of artists, but also a lot more than that that is just emerging,” says Matt Firth, Spotify’s director of music.
Spotify is one of the biggest music services in the world.
The report found that Spotify had more than 8,000 UK artists, more than double the number in the US.
The report says the UK is home to the world’s top five music services, but Spotify is by far the biggest.
In the UK, there are nearly 500 million music fans and nearly 10 billion songs streamed in the country, according to the report.
In the US, Spotify has more than 1 billion users, more music than Spotify itself, according a separate report by the New York Times.
The report notes that the UK has become a magnet for artists to create music in the past two years.
As the country has seen an explosion of new artists, there has been a surge in demand for music from other music fans in the EU.
In the past 12 months, Spotify UK has doubled its share of the music market to 24.5%, up from 10.6% in the same period last year.
In 2018, Spotify accounted for more than a third of UK streaming.
In 2020, Spotify generated more than 20% of the UK’s music revenue, up from 8.5% in 2017.
Last year, Spotify said that its new digital music service, Spotify Premium, had more artists on its platform than ever before.
The company said it had recorded more than 7.5 billion songs in 2019, compared to 6.4 billion in 2016.