Spotify Is Being Sued for $150 Million Over Alleged Unpaid Royalties

Spotify has been hit with a class action lawsuit over alleged unpaid royalties. The suit was filed by Camper Van Beethoven and Cracker frontman and founding member David Lowery yesterday (Monday, Dec. 28) in the Central District Court of California. Lowery is seeking at least $150 million in damages against Spotify, alleging the streaming service juggernaut “knowingly, willingly, and unlawfully reproduces and distributes copyrighted compositions without obtaining mechanical licenses,” according to Billboard.

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