“We know our community, colleagues, artists and partners are suffering.”
Universal Music Group
Artists who lost recordings in the fire filed a class action lawsuit accusing Universal of hiding the extent of damages and not preventing the accident.
Elton John, Slayer Jimmy Eat World, and Sonic Youth also lost recordings in the blaze.
“Thousands of people who lost their homes, pets, memories and even loved ones… it is their loss that really weighs heavily on our hearts.”
Weezer, Primus, Cher, The Wallflowers, Limp Bizkit, and the list goes on.
Tupac’s estate and singer Steve Earle are also listed as plaintiffs.
The clips will be updated to be streamed on high-definition TVs.
Classic records from The Roots, R.E.M., and Steely Dan are also thought to have been destroyed in the blaze.
Including classic records by Nirvana, Nine Inch Nails, Buddy Holly, Etta James, and countless others.
Since her Big Machine contract expired earlier this month, Swift had been the hottest free agent in the music market.
A potential conflict of rights with Warner Music Group led Universal to demand a refund.
Free subscribers may not be able to stream albums from artists on labels like Sub Pop, Domino, Warp, and Merge until two weeks after release.