Taylor Swift Rerecords Which Album Next? Fan speculations at their wildest 

After losing her masters in a high-profile struggle with Scooter Braun, the “State of Grace” singer rerecorded her first six albums in 2019. Of course, whoever owns the masters gets compensated for songs purchased, streamed, or licensed, but the Pennsylvania native says it's also about talent. 

“I’ve spoken a lot about why I’m remaking my first six albums, but the way I’ve chosen to do this will hopefully help illuminate where I’m coming from,” she stated on Instagram in February 2021.  

Artists should own their work for several reasons, but the most obvious is because they are the only ones who know it best.” 

The November 2008 Swift album Fearless was the first to be rerecorded. The Grammy winner included six “from the vault” tracks to Taylor's Version, including duets with Maren Morris and Keith Urban. 

Fearless (Taylor's Version) became Swift's eleventh No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 in April 2021, even though fans had heard most of the songs nearly a decade earlier. 

Due to the album's excellent streaming figures, Billboard said it would have done so without selling a copy. 

Red (Taylor's Version), the remastered version of her 2012 album, provided Cats fans new content seven months later.  

In addition to a 10-minute version of fan favorite “All Too Well,” the CD includes nine new “from the vault” tracks and an acoustic “State of Grace.” 

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