Taylor Swift vs Scooter Braun: The Music Industry Feud Explained

The upcoming docuseries "VS: Taylor Swift vs Scooter Braun: Bad Blood" on Discovery+ will explore the ongoing feud between the two over the ownership of Swift's music catalog, shedding light on the impact of the conflict and the debate over artists' rights.

The ongoing feud between Taylor Swift and Scooter Braun over the ownership of Swift’s music catalog will be explored in a new docuseries, set to premiere in June 2024 on Discovery+. Titled “VS: Taylor Swift vs Scooter Braun: Bad Blood,” the series will consist of two hour-long episodes.

The conflict between Swift and Braun began in 2019 when Braun’s company, Ithaca Holdings, acquired Big Machine Label Group, which held the rights to Swift’s first six albums. Swift publicly expressed her frustration and disappointment with the sale, as she claimed she was not given the opportunity to buy back her masters.

Since then, the two have been embroiled in a public battle, with Swift re-recording her old songs and Braun selling the rights to her masters to a private equity company. The feud has also sparked a larger conversation about artists’ rights and ownership of their music.

The docuseries will delve into the history of the conflict and feature interviews with industry experts and insiders, as well as commentary from Swift and Braun themselves. It will also explore the impact of the feud on the music industry and the ongoing debate over artists’ rights.

Discovery+ has described the series as a “deep dive into one of the most talked-about feuds in the music industry.” It is expected to provide a comprehensive look at the events leading up to the feud and the aftermath, shedding light on both sides of the story.

Fans of both Swift and Braun will undoubtedly be eager to tune in and gain a better understanding of the ongoing dispute. As the release date approaches, more details about the docuseries are sure to be revealed, adding to the anticipation for its premiere.

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