Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift:

Taylor Swift's worst fears have come true: Now that the rights to her older songs have been bought by Scooter Braun, she is not allowed to sing them live anymore.

The dispute between Taylor Swift (29) and Scooter Braun (38) escalates again.

After the music manager had acquired the rights to their first six albums, the singer ('Look What You Made Me Do') was already in turmoil.

Now her worst fears have come true: The new rights holders are putting a stop to TayTay.

No medley at the award ceremony:

The superstar had planned to play a medley of his songs at the upcoming American Music Awards, which will be held in Los Angeles next weekend.

Taylor Swift will be honoured at the award ceremony as an artist of the decade. But that does not matter, because Scooter Braun and the label boss Scott Borchetta consider this a new addition to their hits.

Although TayTay has already announced plans to go back to the studio to do just that, legally speaking it will not be ready until next year. But that's not the end of the trouble for Taylor Swift.

Muzzle for Taylor Swift:

On Twitter, the musician vented: I did not want you to experience it that way, but Netflix made a documentary about me, Scott and Scooter have banned the use of my old songs, including concert recordings. 

Allegedly, Taylor should only be allowed to use the tracks if she stops talking about scooters and Scott and agrees not to re-record her old footage.

However, the singer has made it clear from the beginning that she intends to do just that. She also asked her fans for support:

"Clarify what you think about the matter, Scooter is also a manager of other artists, ask them for help, I hope they can bring him to reason."

The manager also has Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande under his wing. Will they rush to help Taylor Swift?

Taylor Swift asks for help:

Taylor Swift once again argues with her former label for the rights to use her songs. Maybe she can not sing this at an award show. The musician, therefore, addresses herself with an appeal to her fans.

American pop singer Taylor Swift ("You Need To Calm Down", "Shake It Off") sees her planned appearance at the "American Music Awards" at risk.

On Twitter, she turned on Thursday (local time) with the words: "I do not know what else to do" to her fans and other musicians.

She had planned to play a medley of her hits at the awards. Her former label boss at Big Machine Records, Scott Borchetta, and his new partner Scooter Braun now tried to stop it.

As for a planned Netflix documentation, the new owners of their songs deny their rights to use them.

Swift will be awarded the Artist of the Decade on November 24 at the American Music Awards (AMA).

"I just want to be able to play my music. That's it. I tried to clarify this privately by my team, but could not find a solution, "wrote the 29-year-old songwriter.

"Currently, my appearances on the AMAs, the Netflix documentation, and other recorded events I want to play until November 2020 are a question mark." She called fans and friends to contact the two men and change their minds.

Swift had released her first six studio albums at Big Machine between 2006 and 2017, before joining Universal Music.

According to American media reports, a holding Brauns acquired the label Big Machine for more than $ 300 million - and thus the rights to Swifts albums.


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