Is Spotify killing jazz and classical music?

Is Spotify killing jazz and classical music?
You might have been able to make a living when people bought records, but now it’s obvious that streaming is not your friend. This is from HypeBot:
[T]he immediate dilemma facing artists, and it has an inordinate impact on jazz, soul, classical, blues and other similar genres with older audiences. This is obviously not good. You could be in big trouble. But what if you don’t?   Rock musicians can tour to make up for the fact that they’re not selling music anymore and that we’re still waiting for rock fans to take up streaming in meaningful numbers. If they’re entrepreneurial, they can get into things like sync deals and other licensing arrangments. Keep reading. What if you’re into a type of music that doesn’t (yet) resonate with the Streaming Generation? Some artists are leaving the industry, some are changing their music to appeal to younger ears, and thousands of others have decided not to release any new music because they simply can’t make money recording anymore. Same thing for country artists. If you’re into jazz, classical or something like soul, you’re already in a niche-y place. But once we get beyond the most popular genres, what are artists to do? If you’re going to be a star and make millions like Drake and Ed Sheeran, your music has to fall into one of those buckets. Streaming is dominated by hip-hop, R&B, and pop. It’s not nearly as good as the old days when fans bought pieces of plastic, but it’s at least something. The pay-per-stream world in which we now live in is killing musicians in these genres.