Excision Donates All Future Proceeds Earned From Datsik Collabs To Equal Justice Initiative


After sexual assault allegations were brought to light concerning Graves earlier this week, the internet is taking a hard look at how artists respond to the news. While most artists have tweeted their support for the brave women came forward, some fans are pressuring artists to go further and remove all music that feature “canceled” musicians from their digital catalogs.

The removal of music, especially releases that are over a decade old, is no easy task and ultimately isn’t up to the artist to decide. Labels, distributors, streaming services and contractual obligations all present a line of red tape that make it nearly impossible to remove published music in bulk.

Instead of removing the music, Excision has decided to donate all the proceeds earned from his collaborations with Datsik, an artist also facing several sexual assault allegations, to the Equal Justice Initiative. The decision to donate the earnings is a great step forward and we can only hope that other artists follow suit. You can read Excision’s statement below:

Photo Source: Excision Facebook

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