Kacey Musgraves throws shade in Fader interview

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Kacey Musgraves continues her reign as Sass Queen with her latest interview for Fader. And this may be her sassiest yet.

In the interview Kacey wasn’t afraid to touch base on the state of country music and where her sound and personality fit in. Or….don’t fit in. In the process of explaining that she is speculated to have thrown Big Machine Records under the bus. And with that came a Taylor Swift dig.  Now a lot of people are running with this insult, but as a genuine fan of both, I can honestly say I feel Kacey was using it as an example of what she is NOT about. And when you’re on top you tend to made an example of. Nothing Taylor or Big Machine isn’t used to. Sure I could say that the fact Kacey and Katy Perry are buds may have lead to some salty comments….but all that does is make for good drama and let’s celebrate the fact that Kacey used this platform to have some very strong and wise words.

For instance, this beauty of a quote:

The more country that my music gets, the less it fits into the country world today. It’s almost like there needs to be two genres, modern country and….country? -Kacey Musgraves

Do you agree with that?

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