In 2014, musicians cried out for proper compensation when the rise of streaming services such as Spotify caused controversy, and many artists abandoned uploading their music to the services altogether. Musicians' payment in the streaming world has always been a polarizing topic, and the Grammy Awards seeks to fight for a better arrangement. During the 57th Grammy award ceremony, the creation of the Grammy Creators Alliance was announced, a coalition dedicated to promoting fair pay for artists. Deadmau5 was named as one of the founding members of the group. He joined the likes of Ryan Tedder of OneRepublic, Adam Levine of Maroon 5, Steven Tyler of Aerosmith and others. More specific goals for the group have yet to be announced, but the group seems intent on tackling Congress for redefined legislation.
Watch the announcement below: