Scooter Braun Says He ‘Regrets’ The Approach Shopping for Taylor Swift’s Music Catalog Occurred.

Scooter Braun opened up about his feud with Taylor Swift that started after his firm acquired the rights to her music catalog in 2019, a transfer she claimed had blindsided her.

The well-known music supervisor, who has since bought Taylor’s catalog, mentioned he has “remorse” about how the enterprise transaction went down and feels the fallout was “unfair” throughout a brand new interview with NPR’s The Limitspodcast.

The remorse I've there may be that I made the belief that everybody, as soon as the deal was performed, was going to have a dialog with me, see my intent, see my character and say,

‘Nice, let’s be in enterprise collectively,' Scooter mentioned. “I made that assumption with people whom I didn’t know.”

Scooter then gave his model of the way it all went down, saying he wished to let the artists know in regards to the acquisition beforehand, however, he had signed a contract that prevented him from doing so.

Whereas Scooter didn't determine Taylor instantly in the course of the dialog, he appeared to reference the Grammy winner.

After the deal was introduced, Taylor shortly took to social media to sentence it, calling it her “worst-case state of affairs”

And saying she tried to purchase the catalog herself, however, needed to signal an NDA that prevented the deal from shifting ahead.