Aloe Blacc Takes On The Music Streaming Business With A Remix of His Hit Song | The Daily Show

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Published on June 18, 2021

Aloe Blacc knows a thing or two about the unfairly small profit that musicians make from streaming services. He calls the integrity of the music streaming industry into question with The Daily Show-exclusive remix to his hit song “I Need A Dollar.” #DailyShow #AloeBlacc #Streaming

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19 comments

  • Moulik Mishra 1 year ago

    Wow, this is a dope song. Is it on Spotify?

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  • nil 1 year ago

    yeah let’s talk about it

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  • Treyvon Dunbar 1 year ago

    Tidal!

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  • PatRizzle 1 year ago

    Would Spotify accept this song to be streamed over It‘s platform?

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  • Yo RAHeem 1 year ago

    So does he get the YouTube revenue for the views on this video or what?

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  • Kopano Marumo 1 year ago

    Hey! Hey!

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  • Spenelo 1 year ago

    If you want to support a musician or artist. Go onto their socials and see what and how they’re selling their music and what else they sell. Usually they’ll have merch or their music in a format you can buy it straight from them. I myself am testing out Gumroad to sell things on and you as the artist get actual money instead of streaming cents! 🙂

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  • Hlumelo Tiya 1 year ago

    Somebody better get this man a dollar 👏.

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  • Jens Hedfors 1 year ago

    It sound more like a lable disstrack to me.

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  • NoGuffGames 1 year ago

    I like this song. I wonder what it’s about.

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  • Sarah Fred 1 year ago

    Weldone love your video👍 Because of the epidemic people losing job hard to spend money… hope this method works to earn so much money🙄

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  • Jen Klen 1 year ago

    I knew this sounded familiar somehow! 🧐😂

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  • Pedro Mascarenhas Belo 1 year ago

    Now you’re not getting paid for this remix on YouTube

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  • Michael Koech 1 year ago

    He’s the man

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  • Danni 1 year ago

    Where do you buy music where the artists make the money?

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  • Mysterygirl7777 1 year ago

    They are million-billion dollar companies because they do not share. On a side note as an Army, it hit me that our babies actually do sell – cd, vinyl and cassette… testimony to how much Bangtan pushes against gatekeeping. I have spotify, apple music, youtube music yet will still support them through physicals because their Music really is the background track of my life. Make Music that resonates with fans and you win at life.

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  • sebastian garcia 1 year ago

    This man is too talented as well as a lot of different artists, to be getting hosed like this.

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  • LifeXscape 1 year ago

    Imma just buy the album just cuz my bad homie I stream a lot now

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  • Janie Kilkelly 1 year ago

    I had no idea, typical, artists get exploited while everyone else makes money from their talent.

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