Taylor Swift argued that being limited by music producers Scooter Braun and Scott Borchetta could not be hit hard on television.
She said these two men "Scott Borchetta and Scooter Braun can't play my old song on television now.
Brown and Borceta own Swift's previous record label Big Machine. Brown bought it for $ 300 million over the summer.
3 Army rally
Swifties (aka Taylor Taylor Swift's most devoted fans) stand towards their favorite pop star. She began singing as a teenager but evolved into a world famous superstar.
All her albums produced hits, and fans grew up with her. And they are not good at this.
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2 Bad deal
Swift signed on to Big Machine when he was 15 years old. At the time, she had no knowledge of how to obtain a celebrity status or a contract that would allow her to own millions of dollars or own ownership.
Swift was named an artist of 10 years at the American Music Awards. She was planning a medley performance of the most popular songs, but she says that she can't do that unless she follows the rules of Brown and Borchetta.
One Record label strikes back
According to the statement of Scooter Braun's PR company and the signature of Big Machine, the label denies all claims from Swift. Incorrect information. "We have to see how all this works.