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Taylor Swift continues to take back ownership of her music by delighting fans with new ‘heavenly’ version of This Love from hit 1989 album
Taylor Swift is continuing to take ownership of her music and has had fans’ emotions in pieces in the process, with her latest release being This Love (Taylor’s Version).The singer is currently in the process of re-recording her previous albums, as she believes artists should be able to own their work.She began the process after music mogul Scooter Braun bought the ownership to her first six albums – released by her first record label Big Machine Records – back in 2019 for a hefty price of $300million (£237m).Taylor was shocked by the move and accused the businessman of bullying her for years, suggesting he was out to ‘dismantle’ her work.Now, in a bid to take back ownership of her songwriting, the country-turned-pop star has slowly been releasing her old music back into the world, much to the delight of Swifties, since she’s also treated them to previously unheard tracks from ‘The Vault’ and collaborated with the likes of Ed Sheeran, Phoebe Bridgers, and Keith Urban.Taylor first re-released her second platinum-selling album Fearless, before dropping Red last year.It seems her latest treat to her adoring fanbase is music from critically-acclaimed 2014 record 1989, which saw the star venture out into the world of pop for the first time.
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