Swifties Urge Other Fans To Boycott Future TAYLOR SWIFT Releases From Big Machine Records

Brianne Constantino

Posted at July 12, 2019

In the midst of the heated controversy surrounding Taylor Swift and music mogul Scooter Braun, the pop sensation's former record label Big Machine Records is set to release five songs from her self-titled debut album on limited edition vinyl.

The release will coincide with the album's 13th anniversary this October and will feature Tay's breakout hit "Teardrops on my Guitar" as well as a 2007 acoustic version of the track on its B-side.


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Loyal Swifties of course know what's up and they are protesting on Twitter against the upcoming release, urging other fans to boycott future releases from Big Machine. Apparently, they'll only purchase Taylor's upcoming seventh studio album Lover.

The issue began after the "You Need To Calm Down" singer learned that her former boss Scott Borchetta sold the entirety of her past work worth 300 million dollars to Justin Bieber and Demi Lovato's manager who she claims has been "hell bent on ruining" her career for years.

Meanwhile, Lover will be out in August. Check out her songs ahead of its release below. Don't forget to vote for them on MYX as well.

Videos Courtesy of: Taylor Swift

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