Taylor Swift is silent about owning rights to her new Lover album while throwing Scooter Braun away to buy her old catalog under her
She sat down for an interview with Elvis Duran and the morning show before iHeart Radio on Friday morning in New York City.
And during the interview, Taylor Swift started about owning the master recordings of her new album Lover for the first time.
& # 39; It's mine! She is mine, all mine, & the 39-year-old gushed.
Playing her pink guitar: Taylor Swift, seen Friday at SiriusXM Studios in NYC, has cast a shadow at Scooter Braun for buying her back catalog of six albums without HR knowledge
& # 39; I am happy to be the sole owner of this album. It is not just from a business perspective, it is as if your heart belongs in the art that you have made.
& # 39; And the person who bought my art has never made art in his life, so he doesn't know what it is like.
& # 39; He could never understand that personal connection. If you make something and then someone buys it from under you …
& # 39; I don't think many people understand that this is how our company works. They think we own what we make. & # 39;
The man in black: Scooter & # 39; s Ithica Holdings bought Taylor & # 39; s previous label, Big Machine, for $ 300 million in June without her knowledge
& # 39; It's mine! She is mine, all mine & # 39 ;: 29-year-old gushing about her Lover album, the only music she owns, released Friday. Libby now owns the master recordings of her first six albums
The hit maker referred to music mogul Scooter Braun, 38, whose Ithica Holdings bought Taylor's previous label, Big Machine, in June without her knowledge for $ 300 million.
He now owns the master recordings of her music from the beginning of her career when she was only 15 to 2017 when she left to become a member of Universal Music Group.
Taylor continued: "There are so many people who want to be musicians and they have to learn these things because I didn't know these things when I was a teenager," she added.
Singing in the show: the beautiful blonde played songs from Lover. Scooter owns all the music from its first six albums
Tinkling the ivories: Taylor is determined to regain the rights to her music
In the meantime, she is determined to regain the rights to all her music.
The singer You Need To Calm Down revealed that she is ready to re-record her first six albums in an interview with CBS News on Friday due to air on Sunday.
The busy star also played on SiriusXM & # 39; s Town Hall Special at SiriusXM Studios in New York City on Friday.
Rights fight: The You Need To Calm Down singer revealed that she is ready to re-record her first six albums to reclaim her work in an interview with CBS News for release on Sunday
In the studio: Taylor performs at SiriusXM in New York City on Friday
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