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Everything you need to know about Spotify House in Manila

MANILA, PHILIPPINES — On Thursday, leading audio platform Spotify opened its doors to “Spotify House,” where an exclusive crowd of audio lovers discovered and danced to the best of Spotify’s music. It brought together artists, including Adie, Ace Banzuelo, and Arthur Nery, hip-hop artist Nik Makino, indie singer and rapper Mito Curtis, and notable influencers like Rei Germar, Marina Summers, Ria Atayde, Evan Tan, LA Aguinaldo, Patricia Prieto, Chi Gibbs, Yanyan de Jesus, Marj Maroket, and Bella Racelis

DJ Butta B kicked off the night by setting the stage ablaze. Host Dani Mortel then fueled the anticipation and introduced the surprise main act, multi-platinum certified singer, songwriter, and producer Jeremy Zucker. Everyone was swept away by his performances of chart-topping hits like “comethru” and “you were good to me.”  

The “Spotify House” finally unveiled its three music rooms: Hip-Hop, Nostalgia, and Rave. Each room is designed to capture Spotify’s in-app listening experience, where the right sounds and beats can find you at every turn. 


The Hip-Hop room pulsed with the energy of Spotify’s Kalye playlist, capturing the vibrant essence of the streets. Davao’s own PLAYERTWO delivered their sickest rhythms and lyrics, including crowd favorites like “THAT’S MY BABY” and “TIKTIKTOKIN.” 

Inspired by Spotify’s high-octane planet rave playlist, others let loose in the Rave room by St. Vincent & The Grenadines, where they were treated to an onslaught of sick beats in trippy lights. 

In the Nostalgia room, guests embraced their inner stars where they got their OPM Rock Hits karaoke fix, belting out timeless hits. It was a night of nostalgic sing-alongs and birit sprees that echoed. 

Past midnight, you can still hear the crowd moving to the mixes of CRWN. The Spotify House became more than just a physical space. It brought to life what Spotify has to offer, great music and good vibes. You just need to press play. 

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