Taylor Swift says back to catalog sold by Scooter Braun without her knowledge


Taylor Swift has confirmed that the rights to his first six albums were sold to a private equity firm without his knowledge, in the latest dispute over the pop megastar’s lucrative catalog. The 30-year-old singer has become one of the most bankable musicians in the world after more than a decade of chart hits including “Shake It Off” and “I Knew You Were Trouble”.But last year she started publicly arguing with music mogul Scooter Braun, who manages rival popstars Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande, after his firm’s decision to buy a controlling stake in most of its recordings.

Swift said she had attempted to actively regain control of her master recordings over the past year in a Twitter post Monday evening, following a report from Variety that Braun sold the assets for 300 millions of dollars.

But although she tried to negotiate with Braun, she said her team had “received a letter from a private equity firm called Shamrock Holdings” announcing that they had purchased his music, videos and album art. ‘album.


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