Deezer Kicks Off in Middle East and North Africa
Following the exclusive distribution agreement between Middle East music label Rotana and Deezer on August 2, music fans in the MENA region can now enjoy the most diverse online musical experience thanks to Deezer's catalog.
From now on, the MENA region can enjoy Arabic and international music using one platform: Deezer. The global streaming music service has taken a new step in its expansion process by choosing to open its services for the first time to users Middle East and North Africa.
By offering the best of regional and global content, the Deezer app allows users to enjoy a wide library with Rotana music tracks such as Amr Diab, Tamer Hosny or Wael Kfoury, regional content from Mazzika and Qanawat, as well as 53 million interantional hits.
Free or premium subscription
Accessible for free or with a premium subscription, the Deezer application has been specifically designed for users in these regions. By registering on the platform, listeners will access all content in the language of their choice: Arabic, French, English or another international language. Many playlists specially selected by local music publishers will be suggested on the platform to conquer the music lovers of the MENA region: the PopTop Arab playlist, the playlist of Maghreb United Rapstars or Moroccan Chaabi musci for instance.