Graham Nash is hoping to take away his music from Spotify, becoming a member of his former bandmate Neil Young in protesting the platform for its unique help of The Joe Rogan Expertise. “Having heard the Covid disinformation unfold by Joe Rogan on Spotify, I fully agree with and help my pal, Neil Younger and I’m requesting that my solo recordings be faraway from the service,” Nash mentioned in a press release. He continued:
India.Arie can also be trying to take away her music and podcasts from Spotify as a result of Rogan’s “Covid interviews,” in addition to his “language round race,” probably alluding to comments Rogan made during a recent podcast episode with controversial Canadian psychologist Jordan Peterson. “What I’m speaking about is RESPECT – who will get it and who doesn’t,” Arie wrote. “Paying musicians a Fraction of a penny? and HIM $100M? This reveals the kind of firm they’re and the corporate that they hold.”
Neil Younger requested the removal of his music from Spotify in January, citing “pretend details about vaccines—probably inflicting demise to those that imagine the disinformation being unfold by them.” Younger’s music was removed shortly thereafter, and Joni Mitchell and Loopy Horse’s Nils Lofgren have additionally mentioned their music will come off the platform. As well as, David Crosby has said he helps his former bandmate Younger however can’t take away his music as a result of he sold his catalog final yr. Spotify has since added content advisories to podcasts that debate COVID-19.