Whenever there’s a big event, like SXSW, we usually have people there to live-blog the important keynotes and/or write recaps of it afterwards. I’m not gonna lie, sometimes those are boring. You know what’s better? Rap songs that recap keynotes.
Hip-hop artist SaulPaul has released a video on YouTube which recaps the keynote Spotify CEO Daniel Ek gave at SXSW this year (here’s our more traditional write-ups of it). It’s awesome. I want all my conference recaps this way. Me and Jason Kincaid are going to have to learn how to freestyle for sure — or get SaulPaul to do these for us.
Hands down, the best line:
“First I guess they gotta make it to America. Right now, there’s still a few barriers.”
Spotify has created a lightweight software application that allows instant listening to specific tracks or albums with virtually no buffering delay. It was launched in the fall of 2008 and had approximately 10 million users by September 2010. Spotify offers streaming music from major and independent record labels including Sony, EMI, Warner Music Group, and Universal. Users download Spotify and then log onto their service enabling the on-demand streaming of music. Music can be browsed by artist, album, record...