J.Scott Tip: “Leaks”


Posted by J.Scott |


I’ve noticed something recently that doesn’t seem to make much sense to me. How are artists releasing songs but labeling them “Leaked”? The last time I checked, if someone drops their own song, that’s an official release. That’s not a leak, guys. No need to add a false level of exclusiveness to get listeners intrigued. Just do you.

- J.Scott

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