Taylor Swift is slowly but surely rolling out her newly recorded albums, and we couldn't be more excited. Not only is it nostalgic to hear her old songs with her updated vocals, but she will now own the rights to her music. Fearless (Taylor's Version) is the first re-recorded album to be released, but what about the rest of their albums on Big Machine Records? While Swift has already started working 1989 – like from their re-recorded version of "Wildest Dreams" in the Mind untamed Trailer – it will probably be a while before we can hear call.
According to Rolling StoneIn many recording contracts it is stated that the recording of new songs is forbidden until "no later than two years after the agreement expires or five years after the commercial release". If that's actually the case callThis means that Swift cannot legally start re-recording until November 11, 2022, exactly five years after the album was originally released. See how long it took Swift to re-record and release FearlessWe probably wouldn't get a new entry call Album until mid-2023.
The good news is that we have a lot to look forward to until then. As mentioned earlier, Swift is already busy re-recording their previous albums. New for her in the Prologue Letter Fearless She noticed that she is incredibly excited to share the updated versions of her songs with fans. "This process was more fulfilling and emotional than I could have imagined, and it made me even more determined to re-record all of my music," she said. We are sure. . . I am ready.
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