At BuzzFeed Brews, the coaches of The Voice were asked where they stood amid the ongoing war between Taylor Swift and the Spotify community.
I know Spotify's in kind of an experimental phase, changing with the industry, and I can see why she did that. I don't disagree with her and I know a lot of artists have followed suit. When you look at the numbers, it's easy to say 'That's Taylor Swift — why is she so worried about money?' But when you talk about other writers and songwriters on the album who aren't Taylor Swift, it hits them pretty hard. I don't disagree with her at all.
But co-host Adam Levine had a very different view. Though he declined to mention any streaming service by name, he said he didn't care where fans listened to music — just as long as they're listening.
"Music is for everyone," Levine said. "I don't care how anybody obtains it as long as they get it and enjoy and love it." He added that as long as the consumer is "supporting the artist in some way," they should be able to access music how they choose. "Music should be able to be wherever it is," he said. "That's how I feel."