Music Silenced on Spotify as Censorship Spirals Out of Control

Spotify Now to Police Music for

(HorizonPost.com) – Throughout the 2020 presidential election season, social media platforms made no bones about censoring Conservative voices up to and including the official account of the President of the United States. Now, the music streaming service Spotify has effectively gagged its first musician.

Ian Brown had his song “Little Seed Big Tree” — a work of fiction just like a novel — banished from the site for spreading what they deemed was COVID-19 misinformation. In September 2020, the company also deleted episodes of The Joe Rogan Experience for similar reasons even though they knew the type of content of his podcast when they inked the deal with him in May because some of their employees had complained about it at that time.

The irony is that the Liberals played a whole different tune in the past, like the blacklisting of the Dixie Chicks lead singer expressing embarrassment over President George W. Bush or the editing out of lyrics accusing him of complicity in the 9/11 attacks in a song by Jadakiss. The question becomes, will they even notice it, and if they do, will they care?

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