Taylor Swift Releases First Re-Recorded Album

Taylor Swift has recently launched her first re-recorded music album.

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Taylor Swift has recently launched her first re-recorded music album.

It is the first music album that Scooter Braun acquired and sold without her consent back in 2008. There were six albums in total that got sold and she is launching all those re-recorded songs. Swift announced the hotly anticipated drop on social media Friday, writing: “It was the night things changed” on Twitter. 

“Fearless (Taylor’s Version)”, is the first of six albums Swift plans to re-record to regain control of her music, which was repeatedly sold without her knowledge or consent.  

The 26-track album features previously unheard songs which Swift hinted at in a thinly-veiled hidden message when releasing Love Story (Taylor’s Version). She has vowed to regain control over her albums. Moreover, she is on a mission to accuse Scooter of stealing her music audios. Moreover, if proved, he can be charged with infringing copyright claims. In addition to re-recording “Fearless,” Swift had an incredibly productive 2020, dropping two surprise albums that each topped the Billboard chart.   

Swift is fighting with a Utah-based theme park after it sued her for violating its intellectual property. The violation was made in her Evermore album that created an undivided spark among the masses. Swift clapped back with her lawsuit, accusing the park of routinely performing her songs at the park without proper licensing.