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Why don’t artists always own their music?

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Whether you've been keeping up with the Taylor Swift/Scooter Braun drama or remember when Prince wrote "SLAVE" on his cheek, the issue over artists owning their music's been going on for ages. NBC News' Lawrence Jackson breaks down the situation and explains why it's a lot more complicated than you might think.