Neil Young returns his music to Spotify, 2 years after Joe Rogan boycott

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Neil Young has announced that his music will return to the music streaming service Spotify, two years after his songs were removed as a form of protest against podcasts that were spreading misinformation about the COVID-19 pandemic.

In a letter posted on his Neil Young Archives website titled “My Return to Low Res Spotify,” the Canadian singer-songwriter explained his choice to put his music back on the platform. “My decision comes as music services Apple and Amazon have started serving the same disinformation podcast features I had opposed at Spotify,” he wrote. 

“I cannot just leave Apple and Amazon, like I did

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