American world star Taylor Swift has been in a public and infected fright with his former manager Scooter Braun and former record label manager Scott Borchetta for a long time. This summer, Braun's company announced that it had purchased the rights to Taylor Swift's first six albums, a deal that got Swift on the roof.
Swift recently claimed on Twitter that she is not allowed to sing her own songs in a medley when she is being praised as a decade's artist at the upcoming American Music Awards. In the post, she claimed that an upcoming Netflix documentary was also in danger.
The record label Big Machine Label Group rejects these accusations, responding in a statement that "the fact is that we do not have the rights to prevent her from performing live anywhere". On Tuesday, however, a new statement was released, in which the company writes that it is agreed to allow all the company's performers from the gala to be streamed or returned on the platforms that are agreed upon.
Swift's latest album, "Lover", is released on another record label. She has signed an agreement that gives her the ownership of her so-called masters for it and future articles.