Facebook in India will now have a Watch Section

Facebook has added official music videos on its FB platform. It had introduced a new music destination on the Facebook name as Watch in India. The purpose of this to give competition to YouTube.


Facebook introduced a new music destination on FB named Watch in India which would let people view their favorite music videos on the platform.
FB Users can explore music videos on the platform by their categories

  • Genre
  • Artist
  • Mood

Or you can search by them by playlists

  • Top Bollywood
  • Top Artists

This music destination on Facebook Watch is currently available on both the iOS and Android mobile devices. It would be available soon on the desktops too.

Facebook has also partnered with major music labels including

  • Zee Music Company
  • T-Series Music
  • Yash Raj Films

Facebook Watch also includes music videos from global artists like

  • Jonas Brothers
  • Keith Urban
  • Maren Morris,
  • Marvin Gaye,
  • Miley Cyrus
  • Nicki Minaj
  • Elton John

and many more


“From the past year, Facebook has been working with the Indian music industry to build the foundation of a music video experience for its users. They are excited to launch official music videos on their platform.

FB said that they will continue to find chances to add more unique social sharing experiences. Make music into the ways people share and connect on FB,” Manish Chopra, Director, and Head of Partnerships, Facebook India, said in a statement.

According to Facebook, official music videos on the platform would make new social experiences and users will enjoy this.

FB also assures that users can find new artists and their tracks with the help of social sharing. Users by clicking through to a song (from a Music Sticker / Music Video) shared to a friend’s story or a post in News Feed.

FB users can connect and learn more about an artist and their songs. Also, they can watch the story of their music on their official label page.

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