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Apple Music, Deezer, Spotify and YouTube found hosting racist music

Apple Music, Deezer, Spotify and YouTube found hosting racist music

A probe found racist and supremacist lyrics in songs hosted on all major music-streaming services. This includes Apple Music, Deezer, Spotify and YouTube. Songs glorifying Nazi philosophy, using anti-Semitic stereotypes and even celebrating the Holocaust and other hate content was found on these platforms. The companies vowed to take down the hate songs and find ways to curb this in the future.

KCooper
KCooper
tim
tim 0 months

It’s ok to say “nigger” in music as long as a black sess it. That’s not racism at all according to the PC police

Dr. Ötker
Dr. Ötker 0 months

Funny, in Germany the anti-Semitic content freely available are the ones from middle eastern-German Rappers.

Doug
Doug 0 months

The 90's are back I see. So where's Tipper Gore and her herd of pearl clutching soccer moms screaming how the youth of America are all going to hell because of explicit lyrics?

Montgomery
Montgomery 0 months

Will they also make rap music illegal. I'm highly offended by the repeated use of the N word and the glorification of violence

Eric
Eric 0 months

Not to continue the whole “yeah, what about rap?” aboutism, but I stopped producing for a hip hop collective because they refused to curb the homophobia in their lyrics. I mean whatever though, if your music makes me cringe I just won’t listen.

Maurus
Maurus 0 months

Boomer doesn't know about rap

الأكبر فادي
الأكبر فادي 0 months

Hey rape.. I mean rap isn't that bad

Jerry Mandering
Jerry Mandering 0 months

Yet you can listen to all the “Gangsta Rap” you want 🤷‍♂️

Francisco d'Anconia
Francisco d'Anconia 0 months

Anyone else long for simpler times when people were going ape sh1t crazy about Prince saying "maturbating" in one of his songs?

J. S. Dietrich
J. S. Dietrich 0 months

Lol, good luck.

John
John 0 months

The only way to know that an idea is bad is to be exposed to it. If you're never exposed to a wrong idea, you'll never learn why it's wrong. These people trying to stay super PC because they're afraid their consumers will boycott them are not helping America.

Robo
Robo 0 months

So?? Why did someone bother to make a probe about this?

Matt
Matt 0 months

I pay for YouTube music and they already don't have Johnny rebel on there they shouldn't remove any other music

carnelian
carnelian 0 months

'Hate Songs' hahahaha what an orwellian future

Patty
Patty 0 months

You've got to be kidding! WHAT about rap music?

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