Though "poverty" is usually thought of as a lack of resources, there is really great wealth in it. That is, there is a great wealth of poverty. Also, netlabels, social media sites and other networking and sharing resources have allowed poor artists like me to distribute a great deal of music.
Of songs that deal with sounds or feelings of poverty, I have written literally hundreds, perhaps thousands. Most are, appropriately enough, available for free online to download or to stream.
I would suggest that sites like Archive.org make it possible to share in the bluesy reality of poverty by tapping into a gigantic body of material created by those in poverty and potentially to be enjoyed by them or by anyone interested, for free or at minimal expense.
Let's not think about what we don't have-- let's think about what we have so much of. Let's share, correspond, commiserate. Transcend.