Boyz II Men's Nathan Morris on new app and record industry's future

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From Huffington Post

In the next 10 to 15 years, all music is going to be free,” Nathan Morris, member of stalwart R&B group Boyz II Men, told HuffPost over the phone.

It’s a stunning statement from a musician whose group’s popularity peaked around the time of Metallica, Dr. Dre and Napster, and whose musical fortunes largely followed the demise of the industry-disrupting music-swapping free-for-all.

“One, it’s too hard to police it,” Morris says of music piracy, without a hint of regret, grudge or sense that online file-sharing had derailed his group’s career. “Two, now that the public has been set up with free music, having to want to pay for it is not going to happen. Whenever you can set up a platform where you can get music for free, now that there is a platform. You’re always gonna fight against [paying].”

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