Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx has shared his thoughts about the Rolling Stone’s article titled “The End of Owning Music: How CDs and Downloads Died”.

On Twitter, a fan asked him:

“Do you agree with Rolling Stone’s article on the album, as a musical platform, is dead?”

Nikki responded:

By 2020 90% of all music will be consumed by streaming. Times change, you change with it or get left behind.

I am a streaming addict. More music,more new music. Easy to get anywhere anytime. But I miss the artwork.

On Rolling Stone’s article, Waterloo owner John Kunz talked:

“After 30 years of CDs, a lot of people are moving on from that format. Whether they’re going back to vinyl, or streaming, people are selling off those CDs.

Jack White said:

“I definitely believe the next decade is going to be streaming plus vinyl – streaming in the car and kitchen, vinyl in the living room and the den. Those will be the two formats. And I feel really good about that.

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