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.
Taylor's master recordings were sold to Scooter Braun for $300 million as part of his purchase of her former label Big Machine.
The 57 year old singer began by stating, 'I'm going to be honest with you...
"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.
"Some enjoyable details about today's news: I discovered about Scooter Braun's order of my masters as it was introduced to the world", she ongoing.
"Crowe said to the host of Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen that she signed with a record label 30 years ago, and five years later, it was bought out by Interscope, and the Universal bought Interscope", that's just the way business goes", the singer remarked.
Sheryl Crow weighs in on Taylor Swift's masters controversy
Her answer was a bit different from what you would expect, "As someone who's been in the music industry for three decades, it's not unusual for masters to change ownership numerous times".
Sheryl said that she didn't "know what the big stink was" with the whole controversy. "So I don't really know". She said, "That's just the way the business goes".
Taylor previously confirmed she's planning to re-record her first six albums to finally put an end to the argument between herself and Braun.
Crow was asked about the controversy by a caller after signing with Big Machine Records in Nashville.
"I don't really care about owning my masters or not. So I can see how it would matter to her". Furthermore, Swift said she felt "grossed out" by the fact Scooter bought her music catalog. We mean, if recording her masters makes Taylor happy, it can't be that bad... right?
Crow isn't the only artist who has spoken out about Swift's very public feud and decision to re-record her masters.