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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Taylor Swift

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2. Taylor Swift’s dad Scott owns 3% of her record label.

Fans see Taylor Swift‘s mom Andrea more than her father, Scott, but in a recent Rolling Stone interview, the singer shares that he’s the more whimsical, outgoing dreamer of the two. Scott was so sure his daughter’s talent would lead to big things that he became an early investor in Big Machine Records. Label head Scott Borchetta says Scott Swift owns three percent of the company, but adds that that it’s only the singer’s talent that resulted in her overwhelming success.

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