Taylor Swift just released the re-recorded version of her 2008 Grammy Award-winning Fearless album, which brings fans back to the days when they flocked to soft songs and believed in teenage love. But she never again fired Fearless out of sheer nostalgia. It’s a thoughtful and important move for the country-pop singer as she tries to take control of her music. Swift announced that she would release recorded copies of her first six albums after Scooter Braun bought her flagship records in 2019. She also said that there would be some unreleased songs, which did not make it to the 2008 edition of Fearless. “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” finally released this weekend with 26 songs, including six previously unreleased songs.


Swift strongly believes that artists should own the work they create. She has struggled for years to manage the means and method of production and distribution of her business. Her old label, Big Machine Records, turned down her request to own her previous six albums. He left the brand in 2018. Through his new deal with Republic Records and UMG, Swift obtained ownership of any future teachers and also ensured that any sale of the company’s shares on Spotify “would result in the distribution of the money. to its artists. ” ”


Scooter Braun has Big Machine Records, along with the music catalog for Swift’s first six albums. In a Tumblr post, Swift described the sale as “worst case”, claiming that she had received “manipulative and manipulative bullying” from Brown “for years”, alluding to her antagonism to her former client Kanye. West. “Scooter has now stripped me of my job in my life, and I haven’t had a chance to buy. Basically, my musical legacy is about to fall into the hands of someone who tried to take it apart.”

In August 2019, Swift officially announced plans to re-record her first 6 albums, which include Taylor Swift (2006), Fearless (2008), Speak Now (2010), Red (2012), 1989 (2014) and Reputation of 2017. , in an offer to win back their masters.