Singer and songwriter Taylor Swift has clarified that it did not buy back its main records from Scooter Braun. But before she did, many believed she did, because of an idea she made in an interview in 2020. Here’s the message that sent Swiftie off with the eyes of an eagle.
What happened to Scooter Braun and Taylor Swift?
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The story of the Braun and Swift conflict is long. But for the most part, it started on June 30, 2019, when Swift posted on Tumblr that Braun had bought her previous record label, Big Machine Records, and now had major records of her first six records. Swift said she had tried to buy them.
The fight escalated months later when Swift told her fans that she may not have been able to perform any of these songs or use them in the documentary about her life, Miss Americana. Braun did not agree with this, and Swift was able to sing a medium of new and old scenes at the American Music Awards.
Braun sold Swift masters in November 2020
A year after its AMA performance, Swift can re-record its first five albums. The same month, Variety report that Braun had sold Swift masters to investment funds. While some were for the advanced theory, others were concerned that the manager was not just selling them for a profit.
“I’ll never feel like this just f * cking robbery,” tweeted co-artist Sara Bareilles. “Greed is a virus too and it is everywhere. F * ck sin. ”She tagged Swift, saying,“ love you. ”Another thing Twitter the user specified the time. “When you sell this month because taylor can re-register now and you are afraid you will lose value. ”
Fans think she left an ad in a recent interview
A fan believes that Swift laid an Easter egg which proves she gave birth to her masters. “So Taylor’s Scooter masters sold to an‘ anonymous buyer ’for $ 300 million at the very moment she can start the re-listing, and Taylor SPECIFICALLY mentions the same number in the Rolling Stone an article that came out … WAIT AD * MN MINUTE. “
Swift told the Beatles rocker that he encouraged her to “be self-sufficient” at concerts. “I think I learned that lesson from you at a very important stage in my career if people want to hear ‘Love Story’ and ‘Shake It Off,’ and I played them 300 million once, they played the 300 -million and the first time, ”she said.
Swift makes it clear that she did not buy back her masters
Shortly after the article went live, Swift jumped on social media to explain that she wasn’t part of the show. She had tried to work with Shamrock Holdings, but Braun found her way. “I was optimistic and open to the partnership with Shamrock, but Scooter involvement is not starting for me at all,” she wrote.
Swift updated fans on what she’s doing now. “I’ve recently started recording my older music and it’s already been inspiring and creative.” She wrote. “I love you, and I’m just going to sail, as they say,” she said, picking up “Shake It Off” and taking the full rowing circle.