Transcript for Taylor Swift says she'll re-record old albums, drops 'Lover' music video
We will switch gears to the album that fans can't stop talking about. Taylor Swift's "Lover" trending huge right now as reaction also comes into that announcement she made right here on "Gma" about rerecording her old albums. Chris Connelly is in Los Angeles with all the details. Hey, Chris. Reporter: Hey, good morning, Amy. It's a good morning for Taylor Swift fans. The new album is out. New video too and, yes, for swift herself a new master plan. Don't get mad, get even, how about doing both and doing it with a smile. Overnight Taylor Swift dropping a video of the title track to her new album "Lover." As her fans rejoice on social media. In the wake of the long awaited album's release last night. I'm the only one of me baby that's the fun of me Reporter: All of it coming just hours after her live appearance on "Gma." One thing about this album that's really special to me it's the first one that I will own. As my work. Reporter: In conversation with robin Roberts, the 29-year-old pop unicorn declaring she'll be using her voice in a more defiant manner late next year. You also said that you're planning on rerecording some of your music. Is that true? Wait a minute. Are you going to do that. Yeah, that's true and it's something that I'm very excited about doing because my contract says that starting November 2020, so next year, I can record albums one through five all over again. You belong with me you belong with me Reporter: By rerecording her Ryker Fyfe albums and all their career-defining hits from "You belong with me" -- can't you see you belong with me Reporter: -- To "We are never ever getting back together." Ever getting back together Reporter: Swift is also looking to stick it to the man. Because baby now we got bad blood Reporter: One man in particular, scooter Braun who managed such acts as Kanye west and Justin Bieber snapping up the rights to her master recordings from her old label in a $300 million deal back in June. Her new versions would seek to supplant the ones Braun I think artists deserve to own their work. I feel very passionately about that. Reporter: Her forceful advocacy has made that a hot topic. In the '90s prince stopped using his name and wrote slave on his face during a dispute with his record label. 26 years later it's Taylor Swift ready and eager in every way to own it. Look what you made me do Not unheard of for artists to rerecord their hits but lots of new music for fans to listen to. Excited about it. Downloaded it to rung to it. Following a lot of other stories including that close
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