Just days ago Spotify made the move to remove R. Kelly and XXXTentacion\u2019s catalog from its curated and algorithmically generated playlists after pressure from a women\u2019s rights organisation. Now, another women\u2019s rights advocacy group is calling for the same to be done to multiple other artistes. In a letter to Spotify, the group Ultraviolet called for the removal of music by artistes like Eminem, 6ix9ine, and Chris Brown\u00a0to be removed as well. \u201c two men are not the only abusers on your platform. We implore you to take a deeper look at the artistes you promote,\u201d the organisation\u2019s executive director Shaunna Thomas wrote. \u201cEvery time a famous individual continues to be glorified despite allegations of abuse, we wrongly perpetuate silence by showing survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence that there will be no consequences for abuse,\u201d she continued. \u201cThat has a cultural effect far beyond one individual artist.\u201d The move to remove the music of R Kellyand XXXTentacin came under Spotify\u2019s new hate content and hateful conduct policy. The company has not spoken out on the newest request.