Euphonik Responds To K.O & Weighs In With A Different Perspective On Why People Download On Shady Platforms For Music – Illegal music sharing started back when the phenomenon of CD-burning was introduced.
It was a much cheaper option that came, however, with slow copying time and provided a level of inconvenience.
The peak user subscription for Napster reached 57 million users and it became the first of its kind. By the time it was shut down after much controversy and debate, it had set off thousands of similar websites such as Limewire that allowed peer-to-peer sharing over torrents. Sharing music illegally grows in leaps and bounds and reaches dimensions that even governments and institutions were unable to control.
K.O took to social media to share his grievance concerning fans downloading his artwork on shady websites.
This is what Euphonik had to say: