>I'm a shareholder, and I've seen my Spotify stock tank Yes you have, but not because of this. Spotify price has been steadily decreasing for a long time. The price was already down $92/share from Jan 1, 2021 to Jan 1, 2022. The price drop between the time Neil Young announced and the lowest day in January wasn't even the biggest drop that month. This happened at the same time tech stocks were taking a beating in general. My technology ETF dropped $75 in 2 days around this same time. It's recovered about half of that since then. It's been a very volatile few weeks for tech stocks. ​ >I'm wondering what other shareholders feel, since they have real skin in the game. I think it's not a big deal and won't have any long term impact on whatever the stock was going to do anyway. The people who have declared they are leaving so far certainly aren't a draw for new subscribers. For monthly listeners, Young had 6 million, Mitchell had 3 million, and Crosby had 2 million. Maybe it will be a different story if some of the actually popular or influential people with 80 million monthly listeners start to leave.