A women’s rights group is asking Spotify to remove music from a handful of artists, including Eminem, Chris Brown, and Nelly. It comes after the music streaming service removed R. Kelly and XXXTentacion as part of a new conduct policy. The organization Ultraviolet sent a letter to the music streaming service today asking Spotify to go a step further. The group wrote an open letter asking the platform “to take a deeper look at the artists” it promotes. A spokesperson for Spotify tells the magazine “XXL” that it doesn’t want to “censor content” and says it reviews each artist on a case-by-case basis.