Independent artists Spencer Hall & Justin Aoki released a single that benefits the World Central Kitchen and the NAACP.
“Don’t Forget (2020)” is the title of this cut. The artists boast that 100% of streaming proceeds and 50% of digital sales are set to go to the pair of worthy causes.
The World Central Kitchen provides meals for those in need after natural disasters. Also, the NAACP is a civil rights organization established in 1909.
You can support these groups by streaming and purchasing this song here.
Spencer Hall & Justin Aoki make a noble gesture by using the music industry to support these institutions. Song writer Spencer Hall hopes to see a day where streaming platforms have better payouts.
"I think it would be great if streaming platforms like Spotify could come up with sustainable ways to pay artists better. I know there’s no easy answer to that, and I don’t think it’s reasonable for every artist on Spotify to think they should automatically earn a living wage, but at the same time, streaming has disrupted major income streams for bands and artists, so I understand their frustration. Streaming is the new normal and it doesn’t seem to be as profitable as the eras before that, so it would be awesome if music platforms could shift to a payout system based on an artist’s personal number of streams/listeners, rather than be a tiny percentage of total revenue. But again, there’s no easy answer to that, so I guess I just hope people don’t stop buying music completely." ~ Spencer Hall
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