Neil Young’s music is again on Spotify.
Last month, Young eliminated his library from Spotify after the service refused to censor Joe Rogan. But just some weeks later, Young’s crew quietly reuploaded his music, says FOX Business. That’s what you name an unsuccessful boycott.
Neil Young’s music quietly returns to Spotify amid Joe Rogan protest https://t.co/MXBgyii5PS
— Fox News (@FoxNews) February 15, 2022
Young cried that Rogan was spreading “false information about vaccines — potentially causing death to those who believe the disinformation.” He informed Spotify it “can have Rogan or Young. Not both.”
Spotify selected Rogan however added that it hoped Young would return quickly. He returned quickly, certainly.
OutKick’s Anthony Farris not too long ago mentioned Spotify’s resolution:
Rogan’s podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience, is housed solely on Spotify and generates an estimated 11 million listeners per episode. Young’s music is estimated to appeal to about 6 million listeners monthly.
If Young wonders whether or not his foolish, embarrassing demand has resonated with folks, all he has to do is scroll by means of social media. Apparently, the marketplace for a 76-year-old has-been with shit music and even shittier opinions isn’t as strong because it as soon as was.
Young’s reps and Spotify didn’t reply to FOX Business’ request for remark, A spokesperson from Warner Bros. Records, nevertheless, informed FOX it had “no comment or statement.”
I mentioned Neil Young’s short-lived boycott throughout Don’t @ Me With Dan Dakich earlier on Tuesday: