Sheryl Crow Doesn't Understand "The Big Stink" Over Taylor Swift's Masters

Sheryl Crow and Taylor Swift

Sheryl Crow and Taylor Swift

Sheryl Crow is giving Taylor Swift a few pointers when it comes to being upset over Scooter Braun buying her masters, and that sound advice comes right from the singers own new music.she needs to calm down.

During a recent visit to Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, a caller asked Sheryl Crow what she thought of the drama, considering she recently signed to the label herself.

"Well, I'm going be truthful with you, I dwell with my head a major gap and I continue to be out of that earth", the Grammy victor stated to host Andy Cohen. "I signed with a file label 30 yrs back and in five many years it turned owned by Interscope and then Interscope acquired bought by Common and so these things...that's just the way the enterprise goes".

"It truly is entirely not unusual for your masters to modify hands like, nine, 000, occasions", Crow ongoing. "So I do not know what the huge stink was. I'm sort of out of the loop so I really don't truly know".

As we reported, Taylor Swift plans to re-record her first 6 albums after Scooter Braun purchased music label Big Machine along with her catalog.

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"I'm gonna be honest with you", Crow, 53, said.

Earlier this summer, Swift spoke out after learning that her first six albums fell into the hands of Scooter Braun following his $300 million deal with Big Machine.

In a Tumblr post at the time, Swift accused the manager of "manipulative bullying" over the years, and the weeks following became a game of he-said, she-said between the singer, Braun, 38, and Big Machine co-owner Scott Borchetta, who first signed the superstar when she was a teen.

Its interesting, most artists like Sheryl have shown their support to Swift saying that artist's should have the right to own they own masters. And hers is 100 percent of it. "So I can see how it would matter to her".

However, she added, 'Never in my worst nightmares did I imagine the buyer would be Scooter, ' adding that both Borchetta and Braun, 'knew what they were doing'.

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