5 petitions

Started 3 weeks ago

Petition to JYP entertainment

Get 3RACHA on Spotify

3RACHA are the predebut hip-hop rap group consisting of Bang Chan, Han Jisung & Seo Changbin of nine-member iconic as hell k-pop boy group, Stray Kids.  Artists and groups under the Korean entertainment company, JYP Entertainment, were only added to Spotify earlier on in the year, and since 3RACHA is not an official debuted group or sub-unit, their music wasn't added onto Spotify alongside their other artists. Even though 3RACHA are essentially three members of Stray Kids, the music of 3RACHA alone is of mass appeal to many many people around the globe who are only able to stream their music from platforms such as Soundcloud and YouTube, where the members uploaded their tracks themselves. 3RACHA as a trio deserve so much more recognition that they get. Their music represents the hard work they put in before they even debuted officially as part of Stray Kids in March this year. I don't care if we have to fund the fees ourselves to get their music on Spotify, all I care about is that their music gets put onto essentially the most popular music platform used all over the world by millions of people since they deserve so much more exposure that they get. 3RACHA even have an official Wikipedia page, which shows that debuted or not, they are an official music group - you can check that out here: So if you agree that 3RACHA should definitely be added to Spotify, then please sign this petition. I don't know if this will even work but I'm not going to just not try.

Eils O'Flaherty
261 supporters
Update posted 11 months ago

Petition to Spotify Limited

SPOTIFY: Implement 2-Factor Authentication!

Message to Spotify: We, the undersigned, would like to see the implementation of 2-factor authentication (2FA) for Spotify users as a top priority for the company. Protecting the accounts of your customers is paramount in any online business, especially when the account provides access to a premium service. In 2017, 2FA has become common practice and plays an integral part of account security. With almost all major online companies adopting some form of 2FA, it has become something that users expect to see, especially when protecting a paid service such as Spotify. However, despite support from hundreds of users (442 as of 05/06/17) on the Spotify community forum, when contacted via the @SpotifyCares Twitter account, you have replied with generic responses dismissing the idea of implementing such a feature. One user on the forum, msephton, said: "A friend of mine just started working at Spotify in Stockholm and he says that this is considered very low priority because 'not enough users want it'." Failure to implement this feature suggests to me that Spotify does not care about the security of their customers' accounts. As such a large internet figure, Spotify should be leading the way with security innovation, not falling behind and failing to implement basic authentication. Implementing 2FA is a simple task, and with companies such as Google providing free-to-use 2FA services, there is no excuse for failing to provide such protection, regardless of how many or few users are actively supporting the idea. We look forward to your response on the issue.

Aaron Traynor
26 supporters