Why Taylor Swift is re-recording her entire music album catalog
Taylor Swift delivered numerous chart-topping songs throughout her musical career.
Following its release on October 27, the album ‘1989’ set a new record.
Swift's re-recorded version of her 2014 pop album made a remarkable debut, winning her many accolades.
The singer began releasing her re-recorded music in April 2021, when she dropped ‘Fearless (Taylor’s Version)’.
This was her new take on her second studio album, 2008’s ‘Fearless’.
This was followed by ‘Red (Taylor’s Version)’, released in October of the same year.
In July 2023, she dropped ‘Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)’, a new take on her 2010 third album.
She decided to re-record her albums after her ex-manager bought the rights without her consent.
Scooter Braun, Swift’s former manager, bought the rights to her first six records in 2019.
Swift's catalog was later sold to Shamrock Capital for $300 million in 2020.
The pop star has a total net worth of $1.1 billion as of 2023.
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