Tay-K says his music was removed in Spotify’s new “hate content” policy

He tweeted about the removal on Thursday night.

May 11, 2018

On Thursday, Spotify enacted a new "hate content and hateful content" policy, resulting in the removal of all music by R. Kelly and XXXTentacion from their official playlists. The same evening, Tay-K suggested the policy might be affecting him as well.

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"My songs have been removed from playlists because I’m being accused of something that I haven't been convicted for," he wrote in a tweet. "I don’t make hate music I rap about what goes on in every hood in America. I will never let a situation hold me back from what I believe in."

Tay-K is currently in prison in Texas awaiting trial for murder and robbery charges from June 2016. In March, a judge denied his bail. Yesterday, Spin reported that his music did indeed appear to be removed from Spotify's official playlists. All three artists' music remains on the platform as a whole. The FADER has reached out to representatives of Tay-K and Spotify for more information regarding

Tay-K says his music was removed in Spotify’s new “hate content” policy