The American singer and songwriter, and the heartthrob of many, Taylor Swift released her seventh studio album, ‘Lover,’ on August 23, 2019.
Scott Samuel ‘Scooter’ Braun is an entrepreneur, record executive, and record label owner by profession. He had been making headlines lately, after Swift accused him, on her social media account on Tumblr, for online bullying her. She expressed her disappointment over his media handling company Ithaca Holdings LCC acquiring Big Machine Label Group.
Swift also reproached Brochetta for never informing her about the deal in advance. Apparently, she got to know about the deal, in the press, with the rest of the world. Denying her claims, the former holds the stand that he had texted the singer. Until the release of the album, Braun had not clarified his stand.
Off late, he reached out to the singer on Twitter and congratulated the latter or the success of her new album. He commented – ‘Brilliant album with #lover. Congrats. Supporting was always the healthier option.’
Regarding the controversy, thirty-eight-year-old, Braun was quoted writing, “Regardless of what has been said the truth is you don’t make big bets unless you are a believer and always have been.”
Swift has not yet reacted to Braun’s comment.
Meanwhile, fans are head over heels in love with the new album.
The first single, “Me!” followed by “You need to Calm down” had already attracted enough attention for the latest album. ‘Lover’ is a nearly sixty-two-minute long album, and revolves around the saga of love and heartache.
Post the sale; there are speculations that the twenty-nine-year-old singer will affirmatively, re-record her first six albums. Namely, Reputation (2017), 1989 (2014), Red (2012), Fearless (2008), Speak Now (2010), and Taylor Swift (2005).
The Lover singer has been quoted saying, “I think that artists deserve to own their work. I just feel very passionately about that.”