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Taylor Swift’s new documentary Miss Americana will premiere at Sundance next month… and WILL feature music owned by Scooter Braun's company following bitter war

By Sameer Suri For Dailymail.com

Published: 23:37 GMT, 4 December 2019 | Updated: 23:42 GMT, 4 December 2019

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It is slated to premiere at the Sundance Film Festival next month.

And right under the wire Variety reports that the upcoming documentary Taylor Swift: Miss Americana will be able to use her older music.

Much of the 29-year-old's back catalog is owned by Big Machine Label Group, which she has accused of refusing to let her include the songs in the film.

Right under the wire: Variety reports that the upcoming Netflix documentary Taylor Swift: Miss Americana will be able to use her older music owned by Scooter Braun

Details: Scooter Braun, who famous for managing such musical artists as Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber, acquired Big Machine Label Group LLC this year

Right under the wire: Variety reports that the upcoming documentary Taylor Swift: Miss Americana will be able to use her older music owned by Scooter Braun (right)

Scooter Braun, who is famous for managing such musical artists as Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber, acquired Big Machine this year igniting a bitter feud with Taylor.

Taylor's first six albums are owned by Big Machine, which she left last year, and she has alleged that Scooter and the label's CEO Scott Borchetta have been preventing her from utilizing the music in recent projects.

However when she asked to feature her older work in Miss Americana, Big Machine swiftly accepted, according to Variety sources.

In her Tumblr post Don't Know What Else To Do last month, Taylor claimed Big Machine had barred her from singing her early hits at the American Music Awards.

Bone of contention: Taylor claimed Big Machine had barred her from singing older hits at the American Music Awards, which the label denied (pictured onstage at the event)

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