Beyoncé and JAY-Z’s first-ever collaborative album was originally released as a TIDAL exclusive.
The streaming platform previously ceased promotion of problematic artists, including R. Kelly and XXXTentacion.
Daniel Ek admits there was “too much ambiguity” in how the policy was presented.
Kendrick was reportedly concerned that the policy unfairly targeted people of color.
The streaming platform, however, will continue to not promote R. Kelly’s music.
Meanwhile, the R&B singer is facing a new lawsuit from a woman accusing him of sexual battery, false imprisonment, and failure to disclose an STD.
Gabriel’s first four solo albums, plus So, Us, and Up and a pair of greatest hits compilations are available beginning today.
Women’s advocacy group calls on Spotify to remove Eminem, Chili Peppers, and other artists accused of sexual misconduct
Spotify recently removed R. Kelly and XXXTentacion, two artists with a long history of sexual misconduct and domestic abuse, from its playlists and algorithmic recommendations.
Spotify says Kelly’s allegations of sexual misconduct violate the company’s new “public hate content and hateful conduct policy.”
The single appears on SZA’s stellar debut album, Ctrl.
The two streaming giants are joining forces to offer consumers a discounted monthly plan.
It looks like the company’s non-traditional IPO path has paid off.