Joss Stone is yet another singer-songwriter who is emphatically for file-sharing and internet piracy. She contends that most people are “brainwashed” by record labels and asserts her love for sharing music in general:
Yeah, I love it. I think it’s brilliant and I’ll tell you why. Music should be shared. The only part about music that I dislike is the business that is attached to it. Now, if music is free, then there is no business, there is just music. So, I like it, I think that we should share. It’s ok, if one person buys it, it’s totally cool, burn it up, share it with your friends, I don’t care. I don’t care how you hear it as long as you hear it. As long as you come to my show, and have a great time listening to the live show it’s totally cool. I don’t mind. I’m happy that they hear it.