By Rianne Addo For Mailonline
Published: 08:21 GMT, 2 December 2019 | Updated: 08:31 GMT, 2 December 2019
Taylor Swift has discussed the importance of 'ownership' as she graced the cover of January's British Vogue, amid her master recordings feud with Scooter Braun.
In June, the Love Story hitmaker, 29, claimed the music executive, 38, had purchased Big Machine Label Group from Scott Borchetta, which released all of her studio albums and owns her masters, in a $300 million deal without her knowledge.
And now the singer has shed light on the significance of possessing 'what you do or make' in the industry, insisting: 'I think [writing] is really important – also from the side of ownership over what you do and make.'
Candid: Taylor Swift has discussed the importance of 'ownership' as she graced the cover of January's British Vogue, amid her master recordings feud with Scooter Braun
The chart-topping songstress - who was finally allowed to perform her songs at the American Music Awards following a disagreement with her old record label - recently collaborated with Cats composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, 71, to create a new single called Beautiful Ghosts.
Speaking about starring in an adaptation for the impresario's 1981 production, the media personality drew parallels between producing records for musicals versus live performances.
In a conversation with Andrew, Taylor explained: 'Even if you aren’t a natural writer,