The record label “Big Machine” has given its consent to Taylor Swift to sing “Shake It Off” and other popular songs from her previous albums.
In an earlier rift between the two sides, Taylor was not allowed to play music from 5 of her first albums at the function due on Saturday. With the AMAs being just around the corner fans and high profile politicians took to social media in a heated debate over the matter and attacked the label’s equity backers.
The music star tweeted that with the help of her team she has been trying to figure out a way to solve this issue but so far there has been no progress.
On Monday both parties came to an agreement and Swift was given consent to perform without further obstacles. The label commented that they do not have the right to stop her from doing her own music and artists do not need to seek permission for television events and other live programs.
Swift will now be able to add old hits in her performance at the American Music Awards where she will be honored for the record-breaking work she has produced in the last 10 years.