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Spotify CEO believes musicians will no longer be able to release music “once every three to four years”


Spotify CEO Daniel Ek has delved into the criticism that streaming service has been subjected to, denying criticisms that the music monolith pays insufficient royalties to artists.

The interview with the CEO, published by Music Ally on Thursday. Ek disputed the “narrative fallacy”, that has music fans and creators believing that Spotify doesn’t pay enough for streams of their music.

Ek claimed that a “narrative fallacy” had been created, and subsequently music fans believe that Spotify doesn’t pay musicians enough for streams of their music. “Some artists that used to do well in the past may not do well in this future landscape,” Ekshared, “where you can’t record music once every three to four years and think that’s…



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