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Scooter Braun Says He ‘Regrets’ the Way Taylor Swift Catalog Acquisition Was Handled

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Scooter Braun purchased the master rights to Taylor Swift's early albums after he acquired her former label, Big Machine Label Group. In a new interview with NPR, Braun explained his regret about how the situation was handled. He said he made the assumption that everyone would have a conversation with him once the deal was done.
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Scooter Braun says Taylor Swift's catalog acquisition could have been handled better

In 2018, Scooter Braun led an acquisition of Big Machine Music Group, as well as the rights to the first six albums of Taylor Swift, causing massive controversy.

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Scooter Braun acquired Taylor Swift's former label, Big Machine, and her master recordings in 2019. Now Braun says he would have changed his approach.

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Scooter Braun Says He ‘Regrets’ the Way Taylor Swift Catalog Acquisition Was Handled

In a new interview, Scooter Braun says he 'regrets' the way his 2018 acquisition of Taylor Swift's catalog was handled, and that his thinking was 'arrogant.'

2 months ago·Los Angeles, United States
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Scooter Braun Claims He 'Regrets' the Way Taylor Swift Deal Was Handled: I 'Learned an Important Lesson'

Three years after the public drama related to Scooter Braun's acquisition of Taylor Swift's masters, the music manager claims he learned an "important lesson" from the saga.

2 months ago·Los Angeles, United States
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Scooter Braun Admits ‘Regret’ Over How He Handled Purchase Of Taylor Swift’s Music Catalog - Perez Hilton

Scooter Braun wishes he could have done things differently when it came to buying Taylor Swift’s music library. The 41-year-old manager has been at odds with Taylor since he controversially dropped a whopping $300 million to acquire her former label, Big Machine Records, in 2019. Consequently, Scooter obtained the rights to masters of several artists [...]Read More...

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