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 “How to download Spotify songs without premium” relentlessly hums in our souls as music sooths our minds by shunning the cruel reality for a while. It multiplies times; Spotify being a profound hub of music. But sadly, there are three ways to listen music in Spotify; namely:

  1. Free
  2. Spotify premium ($ 9.99 per month)
  3. Spotify family ($ 14.99 per month).

Which does not provide one with the bliss of listening to it without internet connectivity and the app itself. That is why there are four ways only for your convenience! Now you can listen to them in any situation! Besides learning how to download Spotify songs without premium, you will have a list of ten different songs belonging to ten different genres on Spotify.

1st Way To Download Spotify Music Without Premium (PC/Mac)

Spotify uses a technology called DRM (Digital Rights Management; streaming services use, namely: Spotify, Apple Music use them for copyright purpose). Cutting it short; being this technology there, you will not be able-

  1. To download Spotify music free.
  2. To operate and download Spotify music once premium membership is canceled sadly.

Thus, to get a break from this DRM foe on your computer and for converting it to a convenient format, here comes “UkeySoft Spotify Music Converter” (Your personal super hero). Why termed super hero? Because you can download Spotify music without premium or being premium. Bingo!

UkeySoft Spotify Music Converter, super hero is a Spotify music downloader and converter. This means, it downloads Spotify music with the power of conversion to MP3, AAC, FLAC and WAV. With your tool, allowing you to listen to music anywhere, by any music player.

Features Of UkeySoft Spotify Music Converter

  • You can download Spotify songs for free.
  • Convert Spotify music to MP3/AAC/WAV/FLAC without losing quality.
  • Metadata and ID3 Tags Preservation
  • 5X Conversion of Lossless Spotify Audio
  • Play Spotify Music Offline on Any Devices • Burn Spotify Music on CD or Email

How To Use UkeySoft Spotify Music Converter

1.    Install UkeySoft Spotify Music Converter

Firstly, Download UkeySoft Spotify Music Converter to use at Windows or Mac computer. UkeySoft Spotify Music Converter is compatible with Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP and MacOS and the latest Spotify. After launching the Spotify app will run itself. 

2.    Import Spotify Songs, Albums, & Playlists

To import songs there are two ways- drag and drop or copy paste the songs, playlists, albums, artists, tracks etc. from Spotify web player or Spotify app. Then put them to UkeySoft’s search bar on the bottom of the interface. Followed by clicking the “+” button to import songs. Eventually you in your screen there will be detailed of songs. It gives space to recheck the list to undo one or few. Then click “Add”.

3.    Choose The Convenient Format

The formats available are- M4A, WAV, FLAC and certainly MP3. Choosing the output format and folder option is there. There is one more thing: clicking on the option button you can change the bitrate and sample rate as you opt for it.

4.    Start To Convert

After choosing the format, folder, bitrate and sample rate; click “Convert”. Thus, you will have DRM free music of your desired format!

Afterwards you can move and play songs on any compatible player of mobile phone or tablet or any coherent player.

2nd Way To Download Spotify Music Without Premium (PC/Mac)

Next, we have a significant music download tool called- NoteBurner Spotify music converter. An awesome way to convert and download Spotify music without premium! Thus, it enables us to convert music to MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF or ALAC format. Also that, NoteBurner Spotify music converter is ten times faster and ID3 tag retention is higher here. It will not ask for some other extra hardware or virtual drive. With your this super hero – NoteBurner Spotify music converter you can download Spotify music without premium, at 265 kbps standard quality.

Features Of NoteBurner Spotify Music Converter

  • Convert Spotify music to MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, AIFF, ALAC;
  • Record songs at 10X quicker speed with 100% lossless quality;
  • Keep ID3 tags after conversion;
  • Support burning Spotify music to CD in one click;
  • Spotify for Windows 11 Store is supported.

How To Download Spotify Music Without Premium Using NoteBurner Spotify Music Converter

1.     Download, Install & Run NoteBurner Spotify Music Converter

2.     Add Spotify Songs, Albums & Playlists

First, you need to compile the songs at NoteBurner. For that, you can whether opt to copy and paste or drag and drop the Spotify song or playlist link to NoteBurner.

3.     Choose Your Desired Format

By clicking on the “Setting” option, you will not only be availed with option to choose a ‘make me happy’ format (the formats are: MP3, AAC, FLAC, AIFF, WAV, ALAC) but also you can have your chosen output quality with chosen output path!

4.     Finally, Download music from Spotify without Premium

So now, click the ‘Convert’ button to start downloading Spotify music without Premium. After conversion you can locally avail all the downloaded Spotify songs in your computer.

What now? Now that, you can listen to your song or songs on your personal computer or can move them to any conventionally compatible mobile phone or tablet or such as device to listen from any variety of the attained formats. Bingo! Super hero has done the hack for you.

P.S: Windows and Mac have a huge similarity as of the process of downloading Spotify music without premium. As, you are smart, I think, you attain the music to sooth soul.

Top Ten Underrated Songs Of Ten Genres From Spotify

1.    Because by The Beatles (Rock)

This famous rock tune first appeared on the album Abbey Road in 1969. It has a three-part vocal harmony by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and George Harrison that was recorded three times with a total of nine voices. This song’s lyrics were penned by John Lennon and are pure poetry. The 2.45-second song on the record is perhaps the greatest. It was even admitted by the vocalists. Spotify link:

2.    Dead in December by Convolk (Rap)

 On the album “Caught in a Hailstorm,” Dead in December was published in 2017. Convolk outdid himself in terms of flow, lyric, and filmmaking. Although many people like it, we believe it is under-appreciated. It deservingly so. Spotify link:

3.    Boyfriend by Selena Gomez (Pop)

Boyfriend is one of the favorite songs of 2020, and it deserves to be heard by a larger audience. Selena Gomez wrote the song as well. She explained that the music is all about falling in love and rising back up again, but also about knowing that one does not need anyone else to be happy. Spotify link:

4.    Watch Your Step – Percee P (Hip Hop)

On YouTube, there are several alternative versions of this song. Surprisingly, the most of them are actually decent. We believe that this music deserved a larger audience than it received. It’s worth a shot. Spotify link:

5.    Dedicated by The Amps (Indie rock)

The song Dedicated is a 4.20-minute track from the 1995 album Pacer. Spotify link:

6.    Rated X – Miles Davis (Jazz)

Rated X was included on the Get Up with Its album in 1974. In the world of jazz, the 6.49-minute music is quite distinctive. The rest of the album’s music is likewise highly recommended and deserves more attention. Spotify link:

7.    Here Comes The Night ft. Mr. Hudson by DJ Snake (EDM)

This song was included in the album Encore in 2016. His debut studio album debuted at number eight on the Billboard 200. However, in comparison to the other tracks, Here Comes The Night received little notice. Spotify link:

8.    Found You by Kane Brown (Country songs)

Kane Allen Brown is a singer and songwriter from the United States. In 2016, the film Found You was released. The song is about a guy who finally finds his lady. Spotify link:

9.    Sign of The Crimson Storm – Riot V (Heavy Metal)

Do you miss the late-eighties metal? Riot has always been a kickass. This is one of their best compositions. The album “Sign of the Crimson Storm,” published in 1988, captures the pure essence of 80s heavy metal. Spotify link:

10. Monument by Fates Warning (Progressive Metal)

Monument is a song by progressive metal band ‘Fates Warning’ from their seventh studio album, ‘Inside Out.’ In 1994, it was released. The song has an incredible composition with a profound and rhythmic lyric. Spotify link:

Conclusion

Spotify is one of the best hubs of song. And you know how to utilize it. Now, grab your song and listen.

Let us know in the comment section if you face any problem in downloading Spotify songs without premium.

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Arifur Rahman
Hello, my name is Arifur Rahman. I am a guitarist & music composer. I write about music & guitar at Calibbr.

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