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You Belong With Me: How Taylor Swift Could Still Get Her Masters Back – Billboard

By re-recording and re-releasing her first five albums, Taylor Swift intends to undercut the value of her old masters while creating more value for herself.



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Per her original Big Machine contract, Swift can re-record all her old masters as of early this month. Promising “plenty of surprises in store,” Swift says she recently began this process. But, assuming she follows through, what can we expect? Never mind that the 30-year-old megastar will no longer sound like the hungry and empathetic teenager she was when she first sang “15.” (Although today’s Taylor Swift may do a better job of imitating, say, 1989-era Taylor Swift.) How will she drive listeners…

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