Taylor Swift's fans celebrate with #TaylorIsFree as hitmaker can once again ...

Taylor Swift's fans celebrate with #TaylorIsFree on Twitter as hitmaker can once again record her old music

By Rachel Mcgrath For Dailymail.com

Published: 00:45 GMT, 2 November 2020 | Updated: 00:45 GMT, 2 November 2020

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She's allowed one of her songs to be used for the first time in a political ad encouraging people to vote for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris in the presidential election.

And Sunday marked another milestone for Taylor Swift, according to her fans on Twitter.

They got the hashtag #TaylorIsFree trending, according to NME.com, to  celebrate the fact that as of November 1, the pop superstar can now re-record her original music again.

Excited: Fans got the hashtag #TaylorIsFree trending Sunday to celebrate the fact that as of November 1, pop superstar Taylor Swift can now re-record her original music again

Excited: Fans got the hashtag #TaylorIsFree trending Sunday to celebrate the fact that as of November 1, pop superstar Taylor Swift can now re-record her original music again

In 2019, Scott Borchetta of Big Machine Records sold Swift's back catalog to Scooter Braun in a $300 million deal.

As a result of the subsequent bitter feud between the parties, Swift declared she would re-record her albums, starting with her first self-titled release in 2006 through to 2017's Reputation.

She said during an interview on Good Morning America in August last year that her contract allowed her to begin recording her old tracks from November 2020.

Feud: In 2019, Scott Borchetta of Big Machine Records sold Swift's back catalog to Scooter Braun in a $300 million deal. She then claimed they blocked her from using her own music

Feud: In 2019, Scott Borchetta of Big Machine Records sold Swift's back catalog to Scooter Braun in a $300 million deal. She then claimed they blocked her from using her own music

New era: She said during an interview on Good Morning America in August last year that her contract allowed her to begin recording her old tracks from November 2020

New era: She said during an interview on Good Morning America in August last year that her contract allowed her to begin recording her old tracks from November 2020

Meanwhile, she has given permission for her politically-charged song Only the Young to be used in a video in support of the Democratic Party.  

The promo begins with Senator Kamala Harris, the vice-presidential

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