Leaks 4 ever

Leaks 4 ever

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I understand that leaks are evil. Anything published on the subject seems to confirm this, outlining the multitude of dire consequences. Though I mostly agree with these points and assertions, it seems pointless to continue.
High-profile albums from Ben Howard and Father John Misty, among others, were recently leaked ahead of their scheduled release dates. Album leaks seem to be going nowhere, amid labels’ efforts and widespread artistic and journalistic criticism.
Rather than discussing this unavoidable reality, perhaps now is the time to consider how this trend might benefit the artist. I am not condoning music leaks in any way, but given their inevitability, can we draw any positives from them?
To effectively ask this question, one must ignore the morality of album leakage. It is, in most cases, cheating in some form or another. In certain cases, though, it may give back more to the artist than it takes.
The daring excitement of an album leak can often give the record more exposure than anticipated, igniting a media and fan frenzy. This sincere excitement is the product of real people and real fans, not some fake, premeditated corporate marketing plan.

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Lana Del Rey, an American singer and songwriter, has released countless demos and even completed studio recordings under a variety of monikers, including Lizzy Grant, Sparkle Jump Rope Queen, May Jailer, and with her former band, The Phenomena, since the beginning of her career in 2005. Many of her tracks from these sessions have been leaked online over the years, with Del Rey’s live performances boosting the success of songs like “Serial Killer” and “You Can Be The Boss.” Del Rey has only released three previously unreleased songs on a new album (“Black Beauty” for Ultraviolence in 2014, “The Next Best American Record” for Norman Fucking Rockwell in 2019, and “Yosemite” for Chemtrails Over The Country Club in 2021), though she has repurposed some of her songs for film soundtracks, including “Elvis” for The King (2018), “Life is Beautiful” for The Age of a Thousand Planets in 2019, and “Yos

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Apple is expected to launch its new iPads in the coming days. We know that two new iPad models are on the way, but it’s mostly thought that they’ll be an iPad Pro and a fourth-generation iPad Air.
Updated on August 31. After the publication of this article, concerns have been posed about the veracity of these claims. I’ve expressed my own reservations in the main post below, and there are some discrepancies between this rumor and other recent news, such as one claiming that the next iPad Air will use a Touch ID sensor in the power button, which Apple has never used before. “It’s highly doubtful that the higher-priced iPad Air 4 will feature Touch ID in the power button, while the lower-end eighth-generation iPad will feature Face ID,” writes Chance Miller of 9to5Mac.
Touch ID, in my opinion, is the most intriguing aspect of all these rumors. It seems odd to me that Apple will launch a completely new technology when it already has one (Face ID) that has been thoroughly tested, studied, and perfected. In other words, rather than introducing a new technology, there are cost advantages to be had by using in-house technology.

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