Taylor Swift Debuts Her “Folklore’ Studio Sessions On Disney+
Written by on November 25, 2020
Taylor Swift debuted an entire film with performances from her latest album, Folklore.
Four months after releasing Folklore, Swift gave fans intimate performances of the songs for the very first time by releasing Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions, on Disney+. The film features Taylor and her co-writers and producers, Jack Antonoff and Aaron Dessner, for the first time since they virtually recorded the album in quarantine. Taylor performs tracks from the record, and the trio also discuss how the project came together and what went into making it.
Earlier this month, Taylor also began re-recording her first six albums, which she lost the rights to when she left Big Machine Label Group in 2018. When Taylor left the label, she was not given the option to buy her masters, which were then purchased by her nemesis, Scooter Braun, for $300 million in 2019.
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