Mumford & Sons: Tidal's celeb owners are 'new school f*cking plutocrats'

Source: Mashable – Mumford & Sons: Tidal’s celeb owners are ‘new school f*cking plutocrats’

Shots fired Mumford & Sons, the rockers who recently ditched their signature acoustic sound in favor of an electric vibe, are speaking out against Jay Z’s streaming-music service Tidal See also: Everything we know about Tidal, the artist-owned music streaming service Though Mumford & Sons isn’t the first to criticize the artist-owned platform and the star-studded announcement with its 16 celebrity stakeholders, the band is among the highest-profile critics. Guitarist Winston Marshall called the star stakeholders “new school f*cking plutocrats,” in an interview the The Daily Beast The 16 singers and bands behind the service, who represent every major music genre, are: Alicia Keys, Arcade Fire, Beyoncé, Calvin Harris, Chris Martin, Deadmau5, Daft Punk, Jack White, Jason Aldean, J. Cole, Jay Z, Kanye West, Madonna, Nicki Minaj, Rihanna and Usher. Together, they joined forces online during a glitzy yet uninformative press conference in March Read more…More about Music, Entertainment, Celebrities, Streaming Music, and Jay Z

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