Darrell Kelley releases song to denounce Spotify & Joe Rogan after n-word controversy


“The fact that Spotify still has Joe Rogan’s podcasts on their platform is a disgrace.”
A musician has released a single to denounce Spotify and Joe Rogan following the podcast host’s n-word controversy.
Singer Darrell Kelley, who has over 43,000 followers on YouTube, wrote the tune “Won’t Die For Spotify” after Rogan repeatedly said the n-word on his podcast ‘The Joe Rogan Experience.’ Kelley, 56, from, Beverly Hills, said: “I refuse to support Spotify while they support someone who uses offensive racial slurs.”Rogan has also been slammed for making comments about seeing “Planet of the Apes” at a theater in a Black neighborhood in Philadelphia. He said on his show: “We were giggling, ‘we’re going to see Planet of the Apes’, we walked into Planet of the Apes. We walked into Africa dude. We walked in the door and there was [sic] no white people.”
Rogan later apologized, saying it was an “idiotic” thing to say that it “looks terrible.”Kelley said: “The fact that Spotify still has Joe Rogan’s podcasts on their platform is a disgrace.”Kelley’s song also supports multiple artists’ longstanding complaints of meagre royalties from the streaming platform. “They also do not support artists financially and everyone needs to speak out about it,” he said. It comes as Scottie Beam on Twitter made a compilation of the time Rogan has uttered the word, and it has been watched over 2.500,000 times.


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