The COVID-related content of Joe Rogan on his Spotify-exclusive podcast has wreaked havoc for the platform.
Just recently, several well-known artists have removed their music from Spotify, accusing the company of spreading incorrect information about the coronavirus through its podcast.
Are you curious who’s artist’s name is on the list? Let’s check below!
List of Artists Pulling Out their Music on Spotify
As the saga unfolds, here’s a list of musicians who have taken their songs off Spotify as a response to Rogan’s remarks.
Neil Young, the legendary folk singer-songwriter, is leading the campaign.
The 76-year-old singer of “Ohio” took his music off the platform with a public statement,
They can choose to make Rogan or Young stay but not both.
“Cinnamon Girl,” “Heart of Gold,” and “Harvest Moon,” along with other songs by Young are well-known. He’s been nominated for 27 Grammys and has won two of them.
Joni Mitchell, regarded as one of America’s best female singer-songwriters, followed in the footsteps of her fellow folk artist and removed her music from Spotify due to COVID-19 information.
According to CNW, Mitchell owns a net worth of $100 million and has sold around 7 million records in the United States alone. On Spotify, she presently garners 3.7 million listeners every month.
Nils Lofgren, a rocker and instrumentalist, became the third well-known artist to remove their music from Spotify, as the following actions to his Crazy Horse bandmate Neil Young.
On Spotify, he has around 220,000 listeners per month for his solo songs, 1.6 million and 51,000 for Crazy Horse, and The E Street Band respectively.