I woke up this morning with the sun shining through my window and the birds chirping, thinking this was gonna be a great day…
Until I realized that Parker McCollum’s 2015 debut album Limestone Kid and his 2017 Probably Wrong album had been completely wiped clean from Spotify…
It’s still on Apple Music, but unfortunately for me and so many others, I’m a Spotify guy.
I mean c’mon, the first time you were ever introduced to McCollum was probably from songs like “Meet You in the Middle,” “Hell of a Year,” and “I Can’t Breathe.”
I know those were the songs that got me acclimated to the guy’s music for sure.
They were songs that put McCollum officially on the map across the United States, before signing with Universal Music Group and becoming a mainstream success.
It’s still unclear why the albums were removed from the platform, as McCollum hasn’t addressed the issue yet, so it’s uncertain if it was his decision or Spotify’s decision.
There’s always stuff going on behind the scenes with music publishing, record labels, and agreements with streaming services so who really knows what the deal is… I suspect we’ll see them come back soon.
Regardless of the reason, it’s easy to see that a lot of Parker McCollum fans are unwell at the moment.
Just see for yourself:
Whoever took Parker McCollum’s ‘Probably Wrong’ and ‘Limestone Kid’ off Spotify, I hate you and I hope your pillow is warm at night.