Has confirmed that in the latest controversy over the pop megastar’s lucrative back catalog, the rights to her first six albums have been sold to a private equity firm without her knowledge. The 30-year-old singer has become one of the world’s most banker musicians after more than a decade of chartbusting hits including “Shake It Off” and “I Know You’re Where Trouble”.
But last year it started, Which manages Popstar, rivaling Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande, following the company’s decision to buy a majority stake in the bulk of its recordings.
Swift said she was actively trying to control her master recordings on Twitter late Monday, following which Variety reported that Braun had sold the property for $ 300 million.
But despite attempting to negotiate with Braun, he said his team had received a letter from a private equity company called “Shamrock Holdings” announcing that he had bought her music, videos and album art.
“This was the second time my music has been sold without my knowledge,” she wrote, beginning to re-record her first songs. Bronn is yet to respond to Swift’s tweet.
Swift vowed to regain command of her first six albums last year. He said at the time that he had been given permission to do so from this month.
The feud between Swift and Bron lasted months after industry mogul bought Big Machine, the singer’s label for over a decade.
“I couldn’t believe who he sold it to,” Swift told CBS “Sunday Morning” last year because we have endless conversations about Scooter Bron. And he has 300 million reasons. “
At one point, the singer stated that Big Machine had stopped her from performing her songs on television or releasing a documentary on Netflix – the company denied.