Emporio Armani teams up with Spotify for a music app


The blend of music, fashion and technology is quite interesting if not a perfect fit especially when big brands like Spotify and Emporio Armani decide to collaborate and bring together a great choice of tunes for fans and music lovers alike. The mobile/tablet app called Emporio Armani Sounds has the earmarks of an app that’s surely headed for a multitude of downloads on mobile devices irrespective of the OS.


What makes this app stand out from the regular Spotify app or any other that streams music off the cloud, is the fact that the playlist on board are being created by big name artists such as Mark Ronson, The Klaxons, Calvin Harris, Boy George and La Rou, to name a few. It will also house interviews, concerts, runway music from Armani’s fashion shows and even the tracks that they play in their stores. The fun doesn’t stop there either as the app will also provide world travelers with details on hot spots to visit in fashion central cities like New York, Paris and Tokyo.

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The best part is that the app and service are free! Playlists will be updated weekly so you’ll never be without a new set. While it will have to take on the mighty Apple Music app on iOS devices, the fact that it’s free and is not a subscription based service is undoubtedly going to garner more attention. One doesn’t even need to have a Spotify Premium account to use the Emporio Armani Sounds app. There’s quite a bit of potential here and one can never have too much of music so options like Emporio Armani Sounds certainly seem like they’re here to stay.

[Via – Inquirer]