Taylor Swift Can Now Legally Re-Record Her Old Albums and Fans Are Excited

Many Swifties are now excited because Taylor Swift can now legally re-record her first five albums.

November 2020 marks the first day Swift can finally record copycat versions of her old albums. In a public feud in 2019, Swift’s former label Big Machine sold the rights to her albums to Scooter Braun.

Photo: Taylor Swift

During the singer’s 2019 appearance in Good Morning America, she said, “My contract says that starting November 2020, so next year, I can record albums one through five all over again.”

(ALSO READ: Taylor Swift is Planning to Re-Record All Her Old Songs)

With this, fans celebrated online with the hashtag #TaylorIsFree on the first day of November.

This means that if we are getting new versions of her songs from her debut album up to 1989, Swift now owns them and can use them in any way she wants.

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