Singapore has its very own Pandora station, but Singaporeans won't get to listen to it


Singapore just went and dropped a bunch of money on a dedicated Pandora station — but Singaporeans won’t get to listen to it.

The playlist of 80 tracks from 30 Singaporean artists was curated by the Music Society of Singapore (SGMUSO), and on Wednesday went live on the streaming music service.

Pandora hasn’t been available in Singapore since 2007, when it had to block access to users outside of the U.S. due to licensing issues. The service remains accessible only in the U.S., and Australia and New Zealand now.

The Singapore-themed station.

The Singapore-themed station.

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Source: Mashable

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