You can say it’s a lot, but that doesn’t make it true. I’m not sure what country you live in, but here in the US that equals about a half hour worth of work per month. So you have to work about a minute and a half per day to cover your music streaming expense. Maybe it’s more expensive in your country.It’s really a lot, even adjusted time inflation it’s more than the best average amount per capita ever recorded in history, plus lot of people like me buy Vinyl. Anyway 120$ or 100$ a year it’s a good amount of money, the problem of streaming revenu is not on the side of consumer but on the side of the majors and the platforms
Also, that’s cool that you buy vinyl, but it doesn’t change the value proposition of streaming. If you’re not getting $8 a month of value out of your subscription, by all means cancel it. There are other options, such as ad supported streaming for people on a stricter budget.
It’s $8/month. About the same price as Disney Plus, SD Netflix or ad-supported Hulu; it’s about 1/2 the price of 4K Netflix.
Surely you don’t think you’re entitled to pay less than $8/month, but I can understand if it's too expensive. Everyone has their own budget, and I’ve seen others who spend $120/month at Starbucks complain about the price of much less expensive things.
It’s really a personal choice about what has value to you. Maybe buy one fewer vinyl records every couple months? Or maybe streaming just isn’t something you value, so why subscribe at all?