The Hi-Fi streaming experience has also been postponed, with Jay-Z’s streaming service Tidal initially orienting their message around a lossless streaming tier, and of course, Neil Young’s own pono player And obsession with high-definition digital video. But today, Spotify announced that they will also join the world of lossless streaming, letting Spotify’s premium subscribers upgrade to Spotify HiFi, which will “deliver music in CD-quality, lossless audio format.”
According to Spotify, this has been one of the most requested additions, and the rollout was announced with the help of Billy Illisch and his brother Finus. “High quality audio means more information, things you won’t hear if you don’t have a good sound system. This is really important because we make music [we] Want to be heard the way it was made. Her brother said: “Anytime anyone takes the time to sit down with our music and listen in a really high quality way because it’s so exciting because I know they’re listening to everything we’re doing Intend to. “
The service will be implemented in select markets later this year, although no pricing information has been released yet. It’s a big day for the streaming platform when they announced a new exclusive podcast with Bruce Springsteen and Barack Obama.