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From left: Big Machine Label Group founder Scott Borchetta, Taylor Swift and Universal Music Group chairman and CEO Lucian Grainge, photographed in 2016 in Los Angeles. Lester Cohen/Getty Images hide caption

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Taylor Swift's Former Label Big Machine Is Sold, Rankling The Star

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In advance of her new album release, Taylor Swift surprises fans at the new Kelsey Montague "What Lifts You Up" Mural on April 25, 2019 in Nashville, Tennessee. Leah Puttkammer/Getty Images hide caption

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Watch Taylor Swift's Video For 'ME!' Featuring Brendon Urie

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Taylor Swift performs during the Grammy Awards in 2016. Photo Illustration: Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images and Angela Hsieh/NPR hide caption

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Taylor Swift Is The 21st Century's Most Disorienting Pop Star

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Taylor Swift on stage in Sydney, Australia in March 2009. Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images hide caption

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The Old Taylor's Not Dead

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The article in question argues that by not tacitly embracing progressive politics, Taylor Swift "could well be construed as her lending support to the voices rising against embracing diversity and inclusion emblematic of Trump supporters." John Shearer/Getty Images for DirecTV hide caption

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Taylor Swift attends the Met Gala on May 2, 2016. Her recent single "Look What You Made Me Do" has broken several chart and streaming records in the week and a half since its release. Mark Sagliocco/Getty Images hide caption

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