After two years fighting for her own music rights, Taylor Swift has finally released a record.
Earlier this month, Swift to name on Instagram that she would be releasing a new version of her 2008 album, Without fear, and they divided the the cover of the table.
“I’m delighted to announce that my new version of Fearless (Taylor’s Version) has been made and will be with you soon,” added Swift. “There are 26 songs, including 6 songs that never went out of the cross.”
Her debut single from the debut album, “Love Story,” was released earlier this month, as there is excitement about the new songs coming to the album. These changes are songs written by Swift between the ages of 16 and 18 that hurt her that she had to leave behind.
In her post, Swift shares a message with a code revealing the release date of the album, April 9. The message is displayed through the capitalized letters throughout the message to her fans. The release date, 4/9, also adds up to Swift’s number 13 and lucky number.
Fans quickly noticed that the cover of the new album features Swift in a slim, long-sleeved shirt. This is similar to the one played by actor Justin Gaston in the original version of Swift music video for “A love story.” The new album cover also features Swift long and curly hair, which is similar to Swift hair in the original album cover.
The re-release of the album follows a talent manager Braun Scooter Construction of Big Machine Records, the old Swift record label. The purchase included rights to Swift’s first six albums: Taylor Swift, Fearless, Speak Now, Red, 1989 and Cliu. Swift wrote about her struggle with buying a Scooter Braun of her work on the Tumblr.
She wrote, “Now Scooter has taken over my work in my life, which I didn’t get a chance to buy. Of course, my musical legacy is going to lie in the hands of someone who tried to take it apart. ”
This build stopped Swift from making a medley of her songs for the 2019 American Music Awards because it was considered a re-recording of her music. Braun and his team refused to let Swift use her music in her 2020 Netflix documentary, Miss Americana.
In a Twitter post, she wrote, “they just let me use my music if I do these things: If I agree not to re-record duplicate versions of my songs next year (which I can legally do it and look forward to) … This is wrong. ”
After the long battle, Swift is now allowed to re-record her previous music and release previously unseen tracks as well. While fans are ecological about the re-release and impact of Swift on Scooter Braun, she expects more re-releases and looks more confident than ever before.
“This process has been more satisfying and exciting than I could have imagined and made me feel even more confident recording all my music,” Swift said on Instagram. “I hope you enjoyed this trip as much as I did traveling back in time to recreate.”