#TaylorIsFree: Swift Fans Rejoice As Re-Record Ban Expires

The clause in Taylor Swift’s Big Machine label contract which prevented her from re-recording her hit albums has expired and the Swifties are rapturous.

“My contract says that starting November 2020, so next year, I can record albums one through five all over again,” said Swift earlier this year. “I’m very excited about it. I just think that artists deserve to own their own work.”

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It is finally November 2020 – the month that we’ve all been waiting for! I personally cannot wait for Taylor to finally own her OWN music by re-recording debut up to 1989! on top of that, imagine listening to albums 1 through 5 with her beautiful vocals!! Also… NEW Album Designs? NEW Photoshoots?? NEW Old Era Merchandise??? NEW Music Videos???? Umm yes please feed us ALL of those goodies!!#TaylorIsFree . •• For whoever that is going to ask “WHAT ABOUT REPUTATION?” – an album needs to be 5 years old before the artist can re-record or remaster it. So hopefully in just a few years we can get that masterpiece too when her contract allows it. For now I’m SUPER hyped about all the NEW “old” Taylor things! ❤️ ___________________✿__________________ ✿ @taylorswift ✿ @taylornation ✿ #ARTbyAytakin ✿ All Rights Reserved © ___________________✿__________________ #mydrawing #digitaldrawing #art #instagramart #digitalart #myart #illustration #myartstyle #instaart #instaartist #artoftheday #taylorswift #swifties #taylorswiftfanart #taylorswiftart #taylurking #comicart #popart #14yearsoftaylorswift #red #1989 #fearless #speaknow

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Swift has not commented this week, preferring to focus on getting out the vote. But thanks to her fans, the #TaylorIsFree hashtag is trending on Twitter and Instagram.

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