I should never see nudity on any album cover of any band on Spotify. Period. If this doesn't change, I'm leaving spotify for good. Lukas Graham should not have a purple naked lady on his album cover. Not even iTunes allows this. It's a disgrace to spotify and it makes me furious. Remove all nudity always.

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Hey Sells!


Sorry that you've had the unfortunate experience of coming across this, if you would like, you can report the album art by clicking here

Free the **bleep**! Sensorship is oppressive. 🤘

A better approach has Spotify creating an "explicit" mode for album art--which may have offending images blurred or replaced while still keeping the content intact. If there is nudity on the release, I would expect to see it on Spotify.


I'd argue Spotify would be a disgrace if it didn't include the original art. This is not the same as pornography, and it's not the same as nudity in user playlist artwork (both of which should be reported.)


Remove all nudity always should only be applied to user-added images, DEFINITELY don't remove the art from the album art. 

You might want to give services such as OpenDNS a try--it has family filtering which should replace unsafe images with placeholders. Read:

I would have expected you to already have taken measures to block this content to use anything internet-connected. I find it a bit unrealistic to imagine you throwing a fit on every internet-connected application and website that allows images. You should definitely be required to opt-in for this kind of censorship.

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