Last week Swift stated that her former music label, Big Machine Label Group, had refused her request to play some of her early songs during the award-winning show, where she excelled as a decade performer. The label later denied her claim.
In a statement released Monday by Big Machine Label Group and Dick Clark Productions, which produces the American Music Awards, both parties explained that "recording artists do not need label approval for live performances on television or other live media. " Rather, the statement said that "the approval of sound recordings is only necessary for the audio and visual recordings of contracted artists and for determining how such works are to be disseminated."
The Big Machine Label Group and Dick Clark Productions stated that "they will agree on a license agreement that approves the performance of their contractors for streaming and re-broadcasting on mutually approved platforms"
Without mentioning Fast by name, The joint statement added: "This includes upcoming performances of the American Music Awards."
CNN reached out to Swift representatives for comment.
According to Billboard, the deal is worth about $ 300 million.
Swift was signed to Big Machine by her self-titled debut album 2006 in Reputation in 201
Swift said her plan was to "perform a medal from my hits during the decade on the show," but Big Machine Label Group founder Scott Borchet and Brown tried to prevent it, "as they claim to be re-recorded." my music before I'm allowed next year, "Swift writes. She also said they did not allow her to use music in a current Netflix documentary.
" When this happens, you will see that nothing but respect, kindness and support is waiting for you on the other side, "the statement said." We share the collective goal of giving your fans the entertainment they both want and deserve. . "
The American Music Awards air on Sunday, November 24 at 8:00 PM ET on ABC.
Swift will also be honored on December 12 at the Billboard Women in Music event as Woman of the Decade.