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Adam Levine weighs in on Taylor Swift's Spotify cull: 'Music should be available for everyone'

Earlier this month, Taylor Swift removed her entire back catalogue from music streaming provider Spotify and Maroon 5's Adam Levine has labelled the decision unfair because music shouldn't be so restricted. 

During an interview on 'The Voice', the star explained that he's disappointed to think that Swift pulled her music from Spotify because it's something that should be enjoyed by everybody and made as widely available as possible:

"Music is for everyone, and I don't really care how anybody obtains it. As long as they get it and enjoy it and love it and compensate whoever it is in some way, whether that's buying a t-shirt or supporting the artist in some way. Other than that, music should be able to be wherever it is."

Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl also recently shared his opinion on the issue and echoed Levine's sentiment: "I want people to hear our music. I don't care if you pay $1 or f**king $20 for it, just listen to the f**king song."

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Watch Levine do some entertaining impressions here: