Scooter Braun Reportedly Sells Taylor Swift’s Masters For Extra Than $300M, Taylor’s Now Re-recording Her Music

It’s been over a year since Taylor Swift expressed disgust at the Masters that her early albums were sold to Scooter Braun, and it looks like the fight may not be over. We previously reported that Taylor referred to Scooter as a “tyrant” when she tried to buy her Masters but claims she didn’t get a chance.

Variety now reports that Scooter sold Taylor’s master to a company called Shamrock Holdings for more than $ 300 million – more than double the estimated value of Taylor’s early catalog. The deal included Taylor’s first six projects, including her self-titled debut album. Variety reports that their early music collection was valued at just $ 140 million.

Taylor took a long message on Twitter about the process of the process, saying that Scooter’s team made it almost impossible for her to start negotiations for her music. She claims his team asked her to sign an NDA before the negotiations that would forbid her to say anything about Scooter unless it was positive.

“The Scooter team wanted me to sign an ironclad NDA saying I would never say a word about Scooter Braun again unless it was positive, before we could even look at BMLG’s financial records (which is always the first step in this type of purchase). “She says,” So I’d have to sign a document that would silence me forever before I even have a chance to bid on my own work. “

Taylor goes on to say that she was contacted by Shamrock and learned that they signed a contract with Scooter stating that they would avoid contact with Taylor and her team. She also claims the terms of the contract will allow Scooter to continue benefiting from her old music, videos and album art “for many years to come”.

Even so, Taylor says she has started re-recording her old music and continues to hope that she can partner with Shamrock and stay connected with the work she values ​​so much.

“I want to thank you for supporting me through this ongoing saga, and I can’t wait for you to hear what I’ve come up with.”

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