The live-streaming platform has become a lifeline for DJs during the pandemic. Does Twitch care enough to make it last?
Starting April 1, revenue from fans will go directly—and exclusively—to the artists they listen to.
The collective of music industry workers want increased royalty rates, transparency, and other changes to the streaming platform.
We broke down the three most common types of contracts an artist might sign today, offering a window into how the “bad deal” isn’t an anomaly—it’s by design.
Spotify says Jake Noch "[generated] hundreds of millions of fraudulent streams" and engaged in "title track parasitism" among other fraudulent practices on its platform.
Amber Coffman, Of Montreal, and Zola Jesus gave VICE their thoughts on asking for donations on the multi-billion-dollar platform after coronavirus put them out of a job.
"Investing in music royalties... is pure passive income. You'll make money in your sleep from it. It doesn't require any proactiveness."
A study by 'The Economist' says that Mariah Carey's classic rules Christmas streaming. It never left our hearts.
He's suing Cash Money Records for more than $500,000 in unpaid royalties for his production.
“There’s no reason why everybody there shouldn’t be living like they live in Dubai”
After years of holding out, the pop princess released her full catalog on Spotify—the same day her rival Katy Perry's new album debuted.