Crosby, Stills & Nash return to Spotify after Joe Rogan protest
The Crosby, Stills, NashYoung album Déjà Vu on Spotify.Only six of the album’s 10 tracks are available to play due to Young and Mitchell’s music being unavailable.Crosby, StillsNash said back in February that they wouldn’t bring their music back to Spotif

The Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young album Déjà Vu on Spotify.

only six of the album’s 10 tracks are available to play due to Young and Mitchell’s music being unavailable.

Crosby, Stills & Nash said back in February that they wouldn’t bring their music back to Spotify “until real action is taken to show that a concern for humanity must be balanced with commerce.” But the group doesn’t appear to have issued an updated statement to say whether Spotify has made changes to satisfy their concerns.

Spotify has made some small changes since the protests started. Spotify CEO Daniel Ek promised to spend $100 million on content from marginalized groups; the company started labeling podcasts that discuss COVID-19; and Spotify published its content rules for the first time, after The Verge obtained details of its narrow medical misinformation policy.

The company has also run damage control with at least one high-profile pair of content creators. After Prince Harry and Meghan Markle criticized the company over COVID-19 misinformation, Spotify worked with the couple’s production company to smooth things over and move forward on developing a show with Markle.

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