Spotify Track IDs Kabza De Small

Spotify Debuts New Wave of “track IDs” Playlists from Notable DJs Including Kabza De Small, DJ Sliink, Jamie xx & more

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This past winter, Spotify debuted “track IDs,” a suite of Dance/Electronic playlists co-curated by the world’s leading DJs and Spotify’s editorial team. The playlists provide DJs with a platform to easily share the tracks they would play in their sets, further connecting them with their fans. Today, and on the heels of the first wave of popular playlists, Spotify is unveiling a second round of track IDs with a new roster of the genre’s favourite DJs.

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Now available on Spotify, the new “track IDs” are curated by an impressive roster of globally-recognized DJs including local DJ and AmaPiano king Kabza De Small as well as ANNA, Boris Brejcha, Deborah de Luca, DJ Marky, DJ Sliink, Ela Minus, Flume, Giorgia Angiuli, Gui Boratto, Jamie xx, Joseph Capriati, Kevin Saunderson, Lotic, Maceo Plex, Maya Jane Coles, Michael Bibi, Monika Kruse, Nina Las Vegas, Richie Hawtin, Shygirl, TSHA, VTSS, and &ME. This diverse mix of popular DJs, from South Africa, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Columbia, Germany, Italy, UK and US, represent and celebrate the global reach of the Dance/Electronic music genre.

Fans of the genre looking to explore more tracks from their favourite DJs can also stream the first wave of “track IDs” from Black Coffee, Aluna, Amelie Lens, Carl Cox, Dixon, DJ BORING, Ellen Allien, Gerd Janson, Green Velvet, Honey Dijon, Jayda G, Jennifer Cardini, Kamma & Masalo, Kelly Lee Owens, Marcel Dettmann, MK, Nina Kraviz, Pan-Pot, SHERELLE, Shy FX, and Todd Terry.

The “track IDs” can be found exclusively on Spotify’s Dance/Electronic Hub here, a one-stop-shop for fans of the genre. Beyond the “track IDs,” the hub features ten sub-categories to help listeners best discover the genre, including: DJ (housing all DJ-related content as well as all track IDs playlists), House, Techno, Electronica & Chill, Bass, Disco, Trance & Progressive, Mood, and Workout, as well as companion Podcasts.

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