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Taylor Swift's Push to Change Music Ownership

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In 2019, Taylor Swift announced she would re-record her first six albums after they fell into the hands of talent agent Scooter Braun. Last week she debuted her version of her album Red. It broke streaming records. WSJ’s Anne Steele says this decision is not only making Taylor money but also inspiring other artists to do the same — and that record labels are pushing back.

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