Artist Taylor Swift Stand on Apple (Apple to pay acts on its streaming service)
Shake it off the singer , 25 , displayed during the three -month trial period to pay for the songs, not the technology giant ‘s ” shocking and disappointing ” in protest against the decision of Apple‘s music will back her latest album, 1989.
Writing online, she will be paid the musicians that morning to tweet an Apple executive enthusiasm, ” to work for nothing unreasonable to ask someone was”.
But he also said that ” in perpetuity , throughout the world , free and unlimited access to our work ” gives him , which was what his picture posted a copy of the policy from the photographer Jason Sheldon has led to a less complimentary reply .
He said: ” You do not like being exploited are you any different to how Apple, that’s great … it ‘s a huge statement, and you will have my support but sure how about making you are not guilty . very strategies before you pop another one?
” Photographer as well as the need to earn a living. ” In November, the popular streaming service Spotify that after withdrawing his entire list Swift stance against came in.
She said he did not own but plays a year will not be paid for the quarter, new artists and bands, was making a stand for young songwriters and producers.
“The music industry figures a cautious welcome Apple’s U-turn as w”.
Which represents independent music industry worldwide independent network Alison Wenham, “The proposed three-month trial period to pay royalties to the owners of the rights to the Apple decision clearly a positive and encouraging step and we welcome the introduction of Apple’s music and fair and equitable relationship between the global independent music sector.
Musicians’ Union general secretary Horace Trubridge assistant exactly what it was Apple‘s proposal ” vague ” him. He said: ” They will have to pay, say so that they can pay the artists and record labels publishers are paid, or they are paid actors directed?
“Also, you are acting like Taylor Swift and that the stock market and commercial power. it is one thing, but from the 1970s or 1980s are an act with a major label to stream music a lot of where you might not pay out that much for streaming I’ve got a crap contract”.