Taylor Swift Starts Re-recording Her Albums

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Taylor Swift recently released Fearless (Taylor’s Version), an album that contains re-recorded songs from one of her older albums as well as some never released songs (From The Vault).
Swift started the process of re-recording because her old record label sold the masters of all of her older songs without her consent. Swift shares her experience that brought her to re-record her albums, “This is an unregulated world of private equity coming in and buying up our music as if it’s real estate. This just happened to me without my approval, consultation or consent. After I was denied the chance to purchase my music outright, my entire catalog was sold to Scooter Braun’s Ithaca Holdings… Of course, Scooter never contacted me or my team to discuss it prior to the sale or even when it was announced.”
On February 11, Swift announced that the first re-recorded album she would be releasing would be Fearless (Taylor’s Version) on April 9. The album includes six never-before-heard songs “from the vault”, with features from Maren Morris and Keith Urban.
Swift has plans to re-record and release the other five of her albums owned by Scooter Braun. Fans are speculating that the next album coming is 1989, after leaving many easter eggs for her fans in recent appearances and posts. Kayleigh Kinchingto, a student attending Snow College who claims to be a major Taylor Swift fan states, “I’m so excited for the re-records, I am gonna cry like a baby when I hear the ‘vault’ songs.”

Emily Parnell jumping for joy because Taylor Swift re-recorded her Fearless album. Photo courtesy of Emily Parnell.

Emma Parnell grew up across the United States, and now resides in North Carolina when she is not at Snow College. She is currently working towards her Associates of Science, and is a member of the Honors Program at Snow College. Emma loves writing, reading, and baking, and in her off time is an avid Netflix enthusiast and tea drinker.

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