My Internal Conflict with Spotify

Fifty-two percent of young adults in the United States use Spotify on a weekly basis, myself included. But over the past year I have felt a growing internal conflict with using Spotify knowing how little the artists I support get paid. My internal conflict with Spotify is over how difficult they have made it to support the artists I care about the most. They’ve devalued music into a commodity, even to its creators. No one likes…

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