Taylor Swift reveals she'll RE RECORD her older songs amidst the Scooter Braun controversy

Taylor Swift has revealed that she is planning to re-record her old music. Her decision comes after Scooter Braun purchased the recording label that owns the rights to Taylor's early songs.
Taylor Swift reveals she'll RE RECORD her older songs amidst the Scooter Braun controversyTaylor Swift reveals she'll RE RECORD her older songs amidst the Scooter Braun controversy
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Taylor Swift and Scooter Braun controversy might have died down but the international singer hasn't forgotten about it. Taylor, who will be releasing the video of her new song titled Lover, called out Scooter earlier last month. She shared a scathing post on Tumblr calling out the music manager after his media holding company called Ithaca Holdings LLC acquired the Big Machine Label Group. She accused Scooter of online bullying by using two of his clients, which included Justin Bieber, and added that she was “sad and grossed out.”

While Scooter hasn't issued a formal statement, the industry took sides to show their stand on the controversy. A few weeks after her post, Taylor has now revealed she is ready to re-record her older songs to regain control over her master records. In an interview with CBS Sunday Morning, the singer confessed she is planning to record her early music again. 

She made the confession when Taylor was asked about the possibility of re-recording her songs. “Might you do that?” she was asked. “Oh yeah,” she responded. When the host promoted, "That’s a plan?” Taylor affirmingly replied, “Yeah, absolutely.”

Her statement comes weeks after singer Kelly Clarkson took to Twitter to suggest that Taylor should re-record her earlier songs. “@taylorswift13 just a thought, U should go in & re-record all the songs that U don’t own the masters on exactly how U did them but put brand new art & some kind of incentive so fans will no longer buy the old versions. I’d buy all the new versions just to prove a point," she had tweeted. Will you buy Taylor Swift's older songs' newer versions? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below. Meanwhile, Taylor's upcoming album, Lover, drops this week. Check out the titular track below. 

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