'September' Songwriter Praises Taylor Swift's Cover Version!

Taylor Swift – “September” (Earth, Wind & Fire Cover)

Here's Taylor Swift covering Earth, Wind & Fire's 'September'

In the autumn of 2014, Swift famously pulled her last album, 1989, and catalogue from Spotify having said she was "not willing to contribute my life's work" to the streaming experiment.

Swift takes the upbeat groove and transforms it into a folksy ballad with a country tinge that fans of the R&B icons just can't wrap their heads around.

Y'all have to stop saying Taylor Swift "covered" anything. Born and raised in Reading, Pennsylvania, Swift moved to Nashville, Tennessee at the age of 14 to pursue a career in country music before melding with pop to become an global superstar.

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Kelsie Gibson of Popsugar offered a defense of the tune, however lukewarm, in a piece titled "Taylor Swift Just Made a Classic Earth, Wind & Fire Song Country, and I Don't Hate It". Artists will usually choose to re-record one of their own songs in a different fashion, as well as cover a song that means something personal to them.

Swift's Spotify release comes after she was persuaded to return to the streaming service by Spotify boss Daniel Ek, having previously removed all her music from it. She last performed in the United Kingdom at the British Summer Time festival in Hyde Park in 2015.

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