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Thred Daily – The problem with posthumous albums

Anderson .Paak and Lana Del Rey have publicly declared that if heaven doesn’t have a recording studio, nobody back here on the mortal plain should touch their music after they’ve gone.

Though a bit morbid in subject matter, the topic has sparked a debate about posthumous albums being a careful and considerate creation, or an exploitative cash grab?

In this video, Jess explores some of the most extreme examples on both sides. Let us know what you think in a comment below.

 

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