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Why I want my own music in the age of streaming

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Sorry, Spotify — I have no interest in your streaming. When it comes to the music I love, I’m possessive to a fault. I want to own it all. 

Case in point: on April 14, Kendrick Lamar released “DAMN.”, his latest opus. I immediately bought the album on iTunes, because a version in my preferred format, vinyl, won’t be available until July.  

Legit just purchased a digital download album like it’s 2007 but y’all KENDRICK

— Brett Williams (@bdwilliams910) April 14, 2017

I wasn’t alone in buying “DAMN.”, but after a quick poll of friends, I was among the only ones without an active streaming service membership. I don’t often buy digital albums, but I insist on keeping all 7,928 songs I’ve accumulated over my musical lifetime on my iPhone. That’s just a few short of the 30 million-plus available instantly on Spotify — but every single one of them is mine.  Read more…

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