Hey The reason is that the artist or their music label has likely decided to remove it from Spotify. The availability of music on Spotify is up to the artist and their music label. Spotify wants all the world\’s music, and they\’re working hard on making this happen for you. However sometimes agreements can\’t be reached with the artist or label or a change may happen in music ownership. Sometimes the music is only available in certain countries, while access is blocked to others.
Sometimes the album or song will be unavailable temporary, and come back again later. The songs/albums will still be shown in your playlists so you can keep track of them. Make sure to go in settings and check for the setting that shows unavailable songs.
Man, that one brings back memmories. Rewind 4 years or so. It s been a really, really hot sumkmer back then. I had two two-week-long trips abroad lined up pretty much side-by-side.
I m sure you aleady know where I m going with this. A day before the first trip I carefully picked out all the music I might wanna listen during this time. I spent almost 30 minutes I think, on just picking out the albums, dumping playlists and such so as to not go over 4GB but still have a lot of variety. Shortly after the flight began I decided to listen to some musics. Imagine my surprise and fucking horror when I realized what happened.
Fast-forward two weeks, when I got back. I made a huge-ass playlist appropriately named and toggled the famous switch. It took me almost half a night to download it all (still ~500KB/s back then) and it was gone in two days or so — right after my second trip had begun. Needless to say, I cancelled Premium soon after and never looked back. It was around the time all the region-lcking begun, too. Edit: Holy fuck, it s been 4 years already! * Huh.