I don’t know if Taylor Swift you know the Spanish proverb that says that ‘where they give they take,’ but his last message in social networks is an application manual of the same. The singer has taken his peculiar vengeance against Scooter Braun and Big Machine Label Group who keeps a hard fighting since several months ago.
His message is direct, clear and forceful: “I Want to thank my fans for keeping me advised of my old record company has landado an “album” of my live performances this night. This recording is of a performance on a radio that I did when I was 18 years old. Big Machine has labeled as if it were a release of 2017 but in reality it was posted at midnight today. I am always honest with everybody vosotrxs about this so I want to tell you that this release has not been approved by me.”
It is clear that the hard core of his fandom is still closing ranks with your favorite artist, and do not intend to give a respite to the public enemy number 1, Taylor Swift. The singer, for his part complaint so that the disk does not have his approval and this is when begins the revenge of the soloist.
“It seems to Me that Scooter Braun and their investors financial statements 23 Capital, Alex Rosos and family and the Carlyle Group have seen their recent balance sheets and have realized that paying 330 millóndes of dollars for my music was not a wise decision and they need money. In my opinion… another case of shameful greed in times of coronavirus. As insipid as very transparent,” ends the interpreter.
Live From Clear Channel Stripped 2008 is the name of this live album that does not seem to have started with the best foot possible. A controversial more to add to one of the scandals, the most notorious of the last few years.
Open war between Taylor Swift, Scooter Braun and Justin Bieber
In November 2018 I told you that Taylor Swift changed the record label for their entire life (Big Machine) by signing a new contract with Republic Records (Universal Music). In this news explained the importance of the rights of their songs stay in your old seal, and that Universal was negotiating to buy it. But it was not so: his music catalog was purchased by Scooter Braun, manager of Justin Bieber, J Balvin, Demi Lovato, and Ariana Grande (among other artists). Scott Borchetta, owner of Big Machine, sold the entire catalog for $ 300 million.
“My musical legacy has fallen into the hands of who has always tried to dismantle it,” he wrote at the end of June Taylor Swift about her enmity with Braun who was accused of screening the call with Kanye West (who later showed that it had been edited). His anger was monumental and that was demonstrated in the enganchón who was with Justin Bieber in the wake of it.
Far from calming down, it seems that every step that affects the six albums that Taylor Swift released before his departure makes the situation worse. In addition to this live album you have to remember that the singer has already claimed that her previous label did not allow him to act in direct performing his old songs during their performance at the American Music Awards.
Then sanity had prevailed and the author of Lover was able to leave the stage and make history. But after this episode with the live album it seems that there was not peace but rather the opposite.
He is not enough of good news Taylor Swift in this 2020 has also had to cancel her european concert because of the pandemic.