Spotify is your social media BEAT BOX!

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Spotify is easy to use, fun, and interesting concept to sharing music. I was first introduced to Spotify with the Kia Rio “Best Songs with your Windows Down” playlist. Personally its hard for myself to find many great tunes to play with your windows down, but here you just need to think of one song. Once you find the song you will be able to view the entire Kia Rio playlist in Spotify. I love how all of us collaborated to make this awesome playlist and makes for a fun car ride!

To start, visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/kiario?sk=app_157854880992229. Search for the song you would like to hear on Kia Rio’s playlist. Once you have found your tune, enter you name and email at the bottom. Lastly, click view playlist. If you do not have Spotify you will have to download Spotify. Once the download is complete, you can login Spotify with your Facebook account information. You are now logged in and you can view the best songs to play with your windows down! I call it my social media BEAT BOX because you can share your songs by clicking on the right hand side “show people”.

The song I chose was Jessie J’s “Who You Are.” I really connect with that song and love the lyrics. I always jam out to it when I’m driving in my car. I’ve come across a few more songs that I really like listening to. Some of those include The Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Give it Away” and “Under the Bridge.”

You should definitely find a song for you and submit it to the Kio Rio playlist. Which songs would you pick? Leave a comment below with your song choices and why you think they’d be great for the Kio Rio playlist!

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Spotify is your social media BEAT BOX! was last modified: December 15th, 2013 by Brian Halstrom

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  1. Oh, this is that app the DM was pushing a few weeks back – the one where the sound quality is supposed to be superior to every other music app out there. Well, I downloaded the "free" app – turns out it was only free for 24 hours and then it cost each month and it wasn't particularly cheap, either. Also I didn't see any difference in the sound quality. It's fine, there's nothing wrong with it but there's a lot of hype going on in these articles.

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