- Big Machine Label Group have given their former artist, Taylor Swift, permission to perform her old music at the upcoming American Music Awards
- Swift is being honoured as Artist of the Decade at the awards
- Swift had previously complained to her followers that she was not being allowed to perform her old hits
Briefly.co.za reported that Swift asked her fans for help in convincing her old label, Big Machine Label Group, to allow her to perform from her old catalogue.
Swift was particularly aggrieved that she would not be able to sing her favourite hits for her Artist of the Decade acceptance performance at the American Music Awards later this month.
In her plea, Taylor fingered Scooter Braun and Scott Borchetta as the culprits.
Braun is the new owner of Big Machine Label Group and Borchetta is its president.
It looks like Taylor's tactic worked as a representative for the label told Billboard that she is indeed allowed to perform any of her songs.
Swift is yet to make a statement on the new development, but her fans are relieved on her behalf.
One song Swift might want to steer of is her smash hit Shake It Off.
Briefly.co.za reported that she is being sued for copyright infringement for that song.
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