The Ghost-Face Killah pleads with fans to pay for music.
“I am just saying 115K friends on the MySpace and I get like 30 thousand in the first week and that’s not good…I thought ya’ll loved me. When I come into town, show me that CD. Don’t front on me.”
As people spend more time online and content continues to atomize at an exponential pace, traditional music models are going the way of the dinosaur. Despite that, it seems that some people are still trying to hold on for dear life.
A great deal of money will be made by the people that figure out how to keep the Ghost-Face paid in world where music is free.
See the full interview below courtesy of hip-hop video social network, Onloq.