Earlier today, YourEDM posted an article about Deorro's "Yee," which was previously given away as a free download back in March but was recently signed by Hardwell's Revealed imprint and released on Beatport today. YourEDM's argument was that it was "a bit underhanded on the label’s part to change pricing for something that used to be available for free," although this is a model that's existed since Mad Decent started their Jeffree's imprint, which debuts every release for free before later throwing them up on iTunes, something that happened with huge records like Baauer's "Harlem Shake" single and UZ's Trap Shit 6/9 EP. Going from $free.99 to $2.49 is a drastic jump, but this isn't new at all. Deorro took to his Facebook page to explain his side of the story, explaining why he feels YourEDM was wrong. Here are his thoughts:

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