Spotify, Tidal, Apple Music, Pandora – the choices for listening to music nowadays seems to be never-ending. While healthy market competition is always a good thing for consumers, has the endless amounts of music platforms actually been detrimental for confused music lovers? And with more ways to obtain music illegally, will we revert back to the days of Napster when it was easier to pirate music than to actually pay for it?
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