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Twitter Apparently Suspends Music Accounts Over Track List Leak

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Jun 27, 2017.

  1. Melody Bot

    Your friendly little forum bot. Staff Member

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    Brooklyn Vegan:

    Twitter accounts for The FADER, Pigeons & Planes, 2DopeBoyz, and HipHop-N-More all appeared as suspended simultaneously today. Navjosh, editor of HipHop-N-More, explained that the suspensions were because Atlantic Records filed complaints with Twitter after the sites posted the track list to Young Thug’s new album, Beautiful Thugger Girls, before its release.

    This is absurd if true.

  2. Muzick


    Why is this absurd? Isn't it a good thing that companies are taking any sort of leak seriously? Looking at Atlantic's side, it's their information/data to share when they want, how they want.
    Raku likes this.
  3. TJ Wells

    Trusted Prestigious

    I believe the absurd side of this is the things Twitter won't suspend accounts for but this they do.
  4. It's a track listing. Nazis are on Twitter.

    It's a track listing.

    It's a track listing.
  5. KyleK

    Let's get these people moving faster! Supporter

    Just illustrates where their corporate priorities are. You can have your life threatened, your family's lives threatened, receive hate speech, etc., but don't you dare release an album's track listing before a label gets to unveil it in their own way! Good grief. As if this will somehow lose them money aside from whatever they'd wasted on some overwrought release strategy.
    beachdude42 and AshlandATeam like this.
  6. workingmandan


    This is ridiculous, Twitter really needs to get their priorities straight.
    beachdude42 and Dan O'Neill like this.
  7. Signifire

    Headphones blaring three stacks Prestigious

    The weird thing about this is that the album had close to zero promotion regardless of that. weird that they'd cause a fuss over a project that seemingly they didn't care too much about.
  8. aranea

    Trusted Prestigious

    money rules everything around us
    slickdtc likes this.
  9. twisterman2006

    Trusted Supporter

    Jeez. Twitter can’t get its fucking priorities straight.
    beachdude42 and Dan O'Neill like this.
  10. theredline

    Trusted Supporter

  11. Craig Manning

    @FurtherFromSky Moderator

    God, Twitter sucks.