Skee Mask pulls music from Spotify, would rather fans “digitally steal it” than contribute to “the development of warfare”
“My music will be available there again as soon as this company starts (somehow) becoming honest & respectful towards music makers,” said the musician.
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Electronic music producer Bryan Müller A.K.A Skee Mask has removed his entire music catalogue from Spotify, slamming the platform’s alleged lack of respect for artists and CEO Daniel Ek’s investment into AI defence technology.
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Skee Mask elaborated on his decision in a statement on Twitter, saying he has “nothing against streaming in general” and that for him “it’s about how much / less the creators behind the music receive in terms of value, respect or space.”
— SKEE MASK (@sk33mask) January 2, 2022