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MBW has subsequently confirmed with sources close to conversations between Spotify and music rightsholders that 1,000 streams will indeed be the minimum yearly play-count volume that each track on the service has to hit in order to start generating royalties from Q1 2024.
I have plenty of hhc artists and hs artists for example not reaching 1 000 streams in DECADE. They are so underground, you won't pay them a dime next decade? As a Premium member really disappointed if most of my money will go to Lady Gaga or some kind of other artists who can't stop royalties coming at their big houses. This is greedy from the music app. I thougt, when paid for Premium, artists one listens could get bread to eat. No one wants this music payment model, except someone who already can throw money like a winter storm everywhere.
They just need more. I am not paying you for royalties throwed to big names.
They have already everything. Please stop this madness from coming.
I was thinking you are to support artists I listen, but this news. Why we need to hear these news in the first place from the news? Just send a quick message and most if not all will cancel for alternative services. This payment model is not acceptable.
Any discussion is welcomed, because this is not normal.
I will find other app which pays my favourite underground artists no matter how much we play them.
Anyone can do this, in a matter of a seconds, just think twice before implementing.