Taylor Swift on fighting for music rights: Somebody who is younger & signing a record deal can learn from that

Taylor Swift had a great year to remember after releasing record-shattering album Lover with new label Universal Music Group as well as getting several awards including Artist of the Decade award at the recently held American Music Awards.
Taylor Swift on fighting for music rights: Somebody who is younger & signing a record deal can learn from thatTaylor Swift on fighting for music rights: Somebody who is younger & signing a record deal can learn from that
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Taylor Swift had a great year to remember after releasing record-shattering album Lover with new label Universal Music Group as well as getting several awards including Artist of the Decade award at the recently held American Music Awards.  The singer during People's cover interview, where she and three stars Jennifer Aniston, Michelle Obama and Jennifer Lawrence, told, "Fifteen years into doing this, being able to look around and acknowledge that it’s special, I’m really stoked this moment can happen when I’m 29."

She added that for the first time she has been put out music that she feels is connectong with people and after looking back at stuff she did she indeed feels proud. Even though the songstress had the bitter battle she fought with her former label's owner Scooter Braun and Scott Borchetta she has termed this year as her best one yet. She also spoke on injustices and struggle with Big Machine.

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“I’m in a position to speak out, thankfully, so if somebody who’s younger who’s signing a record deal can learn from that, then that’s a good day. When I signed my record deal with Universal Music Group, they agreed to pay their artists a significant portion when they sell their Spotify shares. It’s a hugely important thing to me as an artist because I think that’s our pension plan, and that’s our thing we get to leave to our kids.” What are your views on the same? Let us know in the comment section below.

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