In the letter obtained by different, however, Mabe argues that, sonic, crossed the star has “gotten more instruments in the country” than Musgraves ’2018 album Golden Hour, winning Album of the Year and Best Country Album, and that many of the same people have worked and produced the same albums.
“Each album completes the same Golden Hour tells the love story and crossed the star speaks to conclusion of separation, “read the letter.” There is no sound from these two projects. “
In each letter, Mabe also highlighted “the importance of Kacey Musgraves in country music and why this decision is more of an entry point for an awards show.” He also noted that women now “make up only 10 percent of all airplay in the country.”
At one point in the letter, Mabe admitted the decision about crossed the star “questioned the other agendas that are part of this judgment.”
“Take us through the process,” the letter continued. “The idea that some people including competitors, who take advantage of Kacey is not in the country category, is to dictate what the country just exacerbates the problem. The system is broken and sadly not just for Kacey Musgraves but for our whole is different because of how these decisions are made for the biggest music stage.Creating aliens of artists who dare to fight the system is risky and against all I think that’s what the Grammy stands for. But there we are now. ”
E! The news reached the Recording Academy, the musgraves ’rep and Universal Music Group Nashville for comment but have yet to be heard.