Now Taylor Swift Can Perform Her Old Songs at the American Music Awards

Recently Big Machine Label Group makes an announcement regarding Taylor Swift’s upcoming American Music Awards performance. Now Taylor Swift can perform her old songs at the AMAs. 

It all happened after Swift posted a letter on social media. She claimed that Scott Borchetta and Scooter Braun blocked her from performing songs from the first six albums at the AMAs.

On Nov 14, Taylor wrote a letter referring to her fans and the music industry. In the letter, Taylor contended that American Music Awards will be honoring her with the Artist of the Decade Award. For that, she was planning to be performing on her old hits. On which, Taylor claims that Scott Borchetta and Scooter Braun have stopped her from performing her old songs on television. 

In the letter, she also wrote that Borchetta and Braun were preventing her from using her catalog in an upcoming Netflix documentary. They told her that she could only use her old music if she did not re-record her masters in 2020.

Big Machine Label Group Released a Statement Regarding Controversy

Big Machine Label Group and Dick Clark Productions made an announcement on November 18. They announced that they have come to terms on a licensing agreement that approves their artists’ performances to stream post-show. They also approve their artists for re-broadcast on mutually approved platforms. 

After that, Taylor Swift’s fans celebrated that news on social media. However, it is still unclear what will happen with Swift’s Netflix documentary. But Swift’s fans are excited and are looking forward to when Taylor Swift will re-record her masters in 2020.