Unlicensed Music Via P2P In 2007 Worth $69 Billion - hypebot

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Listen Free Music Online

question...how do they can prevent p2p file sharings?

Tye Banks

That's a lot of lost revenue for artist. Myspace has defiantly tighten up on illegal music. A lot of rappers have had their pages deleted because mixtape songs and songs that contain samples. I stay away from samples all together now and I don't do mixtape songs. Myspace.com/TyeBanksMusic

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