MySpace has apologised for losing 12 years worth of music uploaded to its site.
Following a server migration error, the social network has potentially lost up to 50 million songs, with the company announcing that content uploaded from 2003 up until 2015 may no longer be accessible.
MySpace was the most popular social media site between 2005 and 2008, before Facebook emerged.
The site was in it's prime in 2006 when it was the most visited website in the US - beating Google.
A number of world-renowned artist can thank MySpace for kick-starting their careers.
The Arctic Monkey, Calvin Harris and Kate Nash were discovered on the platform and went on to dominate world music.
However, some are questioning whether or not this was actually an accident:
I'm deeply skeptical this was an accident. Flagrant incompetence may be bad PR, but it still sounds better than "we can't be bothered with the effort and cost of migrating and hosting 50 million old MP3s."
— Andy Baio (@waxpancake) March 18, 2019