Natos y waor spotify

Natos y waor spotify

Nach spotify

New cuts are released on his YouTube channel, which already exceeds 600K subscribers. On the one hand, 2 new cuts by Barras Bravas, one of them with Fernandocosta, “Hustlers”, and another one in solo by Waor “Ícaro”, both positioned for days among the most trending videos on Youtube. Shortly after, Waor surprises his followers with a special collaboration with Animal, member of the mythical group Non Servium, paying tribute to the victims of heroin in Euskadi in the 80s, “Los Olvidados”.
New songs are being added to his discography. New cuts of Barras Bravas, with Miguel Campello in Gato de Callejon, collaborations with foreign artists in “Dispuestos a Morir”, in collaboration with C.R.O & Homer el Mero Mero (Bardero$) that have exceeded 2.5 million plays on Youtube in 10 days… or songs like “Tranquilitos”, by Natos, in collaboration with Alejandro Deese… all of them, songs with a great reception, which have kept them in Youtube Trend in the highest positions in their days of release and later.

Kidd keo spotify

New tracks are released on his YouTube channel, which already has more than 600K subscribers.    On the one hand, 2 new tracks by Barras Bravas, one of them with Fernandocosta, “Hustlers”, and another one by Waor “Ícaro”, both positioned for days among the most trending videos on Youtube. Shortly after, Waor surprises his followers with a special collaboration, together with Animal, member of the mythical group Non Servium, paying tribute to the victims of heroin in Euskadi in the 80s’, “Los Olvidados”. And it won’t be long before they are back in the news…

Blake spotify

So… where does the profit come from? One of the data that evidences the precarious situation that many artists live is precisely the amount of listens that are necessary to reach the minimum wage. “To achieve this, more than 300,000 reproductions per month are necessary”. And as Elizabeth Duval tells us, only artists backed by major record labels are able to reach these figures and thus achieve a considerable income from one of the most popular listening platforms worldwide.Canadian academic Nick Srnicek argues that platform capitalism, such as Uber, Instagram or Spotify, “connects different groups, tends to create monopolies and sells and processes information”. In other words, Spotify not only connects singers with producers or consumers with an infinite number of tracks, but also analyzes the listens made by each user to determine their mood and thus sell it to its advertisers. Easy, isn’t it? From now on, don’t think it’s random that their homepage shows you a certain playlist, you are super well analyzed by them!

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