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Soon, you may be able to block R. Kelly from ever appearing on your playlists. Spotify is testing an iOS feature called "don't play this artist," allowing users to block particular artists from being included in playlists, libraries, charts, and radio stations on the music streaming platform, The Verge reports. Notably, it doesn't work for songs that the artist was featured on. SEE ALSO: R. Kelly-hosted event denied a permit for upcoming Illinois concert Spotify worked on the blocking feature in 2017, but decided not to roll it out "after serious consideration." During 2018, the music streaming company found itself under pressure to particularly ban R. Kelly from its platform entirely in the lead-up to the release of Lifetime docuseries Surviving R. Kelly, which alleged he had abused and sexually assaulted women for over 25 years. Although the platform banned Kelly from their curated playlists in May 2018, due to an announced policy not to promote (but not ban outright) artists connected with hate speech and hateful conduct, Spotify received backlash for the bungled and confusing policy. Although you can still stream Kelly's music on Spotify, Twitter users were happy with the new blocking feature, glad to finally have the power to stop seeing problematic artists like him on their own platforms. > Oh, thank god. No more XXX showing up in my goddamn playlists > > -- Seth Reineke (@sethreineke) January 21, 2019 Although the feature was most likely (and finally) rolled out in response to the highly publicized #MuteRKelly campaign, which campaigned for streaming platforms to ban Kelly, and resulted in label RCA Records dropping him, other Twitter users were just excited to stop seeing their most hated artists. > me logging on to spotify dot com to block ed sheeran pic.twitter.com/SnJvvshL9F > > -- greta gerwig stan (@mmichaeland) January 21, 2019 > Well, now that we can block artists on #Spotify.... ☕️ > > More artists to come. ♂️♂️♂️ pic.twitter.com/RzkKnCdaUS > > -- perorin (@ratchetcoutoure) January 21, 2019 > omfg u can now block artists on Spotify meaning they won't show up in playlists etc. wig. pic.twitter.com/67z293aJ4p > > -- (@idgafosjess) January 21, 2019 Soon, you'll never have to skip past a Chris Brown song again. ## WATCH: Comedian Dan Hirshon may 'look like' Bob Ross, but can he paint like him? -- The Bob Ross Challenge
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People are accusing the singer of "sacrificing her music legacy" for R. Kelly, who faces several allegations of sexual abuse.