Wednesday, July 8, 2020

YASSS! Taylor Swift Can Now Sing Her Old Songs At AMAs

YASSS! Taylor Swift Can Now Sing Her Old Songs At AMAs

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LONG LIVE to Taylor Swift who is now allowed by ex-label Big Machine Records to perform her discography at the upcoming American Music Awards (AMAs)!

The issue started when the first-ever Billboard Woman Of The Decade posted a tweet stating that Big Machine execs Scooter Braun and Scott Borchetta prohibits her from singing old songs in television as that would be “re-recording” way before (next year) she’s allowed to.

Swifties (fans of Taylor Swift) were quick to react and rally about the situation. Cue the hashtag #IStandWithTaylor:

https://twitter.com/BogiTheBest/status/1196067240380112896

Artists also voiced out their support on social media. One is pop singer Ke$ha, who had an unfortunate experience with a record label.

Iconic superstar Cher also joined in:

And of course, Selena Gomez who shares a 13-year old friendship with the Country Pop Princess became emotional on Instagram:

THE POWER!

According to a press release from Big Machine Records, “record label approval is only needed for contracted artists’ audio and visual recordings.”

However, the internet didn’t seem to be convinced by this clarification:

A representative of Taylor Swift’s team then reveals that Borchetta ‘flatly denied the request for both American Music Awards and Netflix.’

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