Scooter Braun Opens Up About Big Machine & Taylor Swift Catalog Purchase: ‘I Look At It As a Learning Lesson’

Scooter Braun is opening up about his 2019 purchase of Big Machine Label Group, which included Taylor Swift‘s master recordings of her first six albums.

The well known manager of artists like Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande and Demi Lovato has previously spoken about how he regretted how it all went down, but in a new interview dives more into how he now looks at it as a lesson learned.

“I choose to look at it as a learning lesson, a growing lesson, and I wish everyone involved well. And I’m rooting for everyone to win because I don’t believe in rooting for people to lose,” Scooter shared on NPR’s The Limits with Jay Williams podcast.

Scooter of course then sold Taylor‘s master recording recordings after she tried to buy them from him.

The music manager added how he had signed an NDA that barred him from talking to any of the artists involved in the purchase.

“The regret I have there is that I made the assumption that everyone, once the deal was done, was going to have a conversation with me, see my intent, see my character and say, great, let’s be in business together,” he said.

Click inside to see more of Scooter’s thoughts on the situation…

Next Slide »

Source: Read Full Article