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  1. A day like today but two years ago, Taylor Swift released her seventh studio album: Lover. This marked a sonic and visual departure from the brassy Reputation, changing dark colors and snakes for pastels and butterflies. Also, it became the first album Taylor fully owned after the mess with her former label and with Scooter Braun. All 18 tracks charted in the Billboard Hot 100. The era was marked by stunning music videos and multiple promotional performances. However, its rollout got cut short as the Lover Fest could not be held due to the pandemic. I would like to run down the tracklist and give my opinion about each song. I Forgot that You Existed: there are a few cheeky lines that might be attractive, but it's a skip for me Cruel Summer: a huge missed opportunity for it to be a single. It has become a fan-favorite and the super-talented St. Vincent was involed in its writing. A certified bop. Lover: this should have been the lead single. I can't relate much to the song and its message but it is a gorgeous record. The Man: I understand Taylor's feminist intention with the track; however, she did this a lot better in Folklore's track 'Mad Woman'. Shout-out to the amazing music video. The Archer: there's something so soothing and urgent in this song at the same time. Like lying on a glittery floor I Think He Knows: certified bop, I love its se.x.y undertones Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince: this one was an early favorite for me. I think the school metaphors to describe politics were greatly painted. As of now, I don't go back to it as often, but it's a nice song. Also, melodically, it gives me 'So it Goes' vibes (aka Taylor's most underrated song, ever). Paper Rings: lyrically it's great, the melody and production don't really do it for me, though. Cornelia Street: what a beautiful love song, Taylor at her great story-telling Death by a Thousand Cuts: the only breakup song in a love-filled album. What a bridge, WHAT A BRIDGE London Boy: it's a cute song, but I don't return to it as much. Soon You'll Get Better (feat. The Chicks): The song bears a heartbreaking yet beautiful message. It is about Taylor's mom's battle with cancer. I love the vulnerability and details included in the song. False God: perfect proof of how versatile and willing to experiment Taylor is. The saxophone is delicious in this track. You Need to Calm Down: it's a cute song, I appreciate her intention, but I don't consider it a standout track. Afterglow: its beauty resides in its simplicity. Me! (feat. Brendon Urie): by now, it's no suprise that Taylor's picks for lead singles are... well... I am not entirely bothered by the song and I understand she wanted to show a stark difference... but she could have marked that transition with another song, 'Lover' for example. On the plus side, Brendon's vocals are on point and the music video is a masterpiece. It's Nice to Have Friend: and this is the odd one out. At first, I would skip this song. In time, though, I have come to appreciate its melody and the message it yields: finding support and company as you grow up. Daylight: my favorite song in this album. What a statement to close not only the record, but to circle everything that started since Reputation. There are so many lines I adore and live by. Perfect song. So, what do you guys think, do you like this album? Any favorite song?
  2. As of posting this, Taylor Swift was about to take the stage in aprox. 1 hour on the first date of her Lover Fest tour. She was supposed to kick the event off at the Werchter Boutique festival in Belgium. Taylor hasn't toured Belgium since 2011 with her RED tour. I was supposed to attent the shows in Belgium AND Berlin. Can we have a moment of silence for all the beautiful memories that ain't happening cause of corona?! I'm super sad but also glad to be healthy these days. Were you attending one of the Lover Fest dates? Post below!
  3. Amidst all rumors, Taylor found time to hop on instagram and announce her City Of Lover showcase from 2019. She filmed the concert and taped and is releasing it on May 17th on ABC. It will be up on Disney+ and Hulu the day after, May 18th. Any of you tuning in?!
  4. I have been a Taylor swift fan for a few years, becoming more interested in her once I started studying business and communication and had to look into her more as a business brand and label powerhouse. I have followed her choices socially and privately and find her choices fascinating but mainly, why are her first single releases so much more excruciating than the rest of the albums. also, why are a lot of her single choices (.) some of the less interesting songs of the releases. speak now - mine, sparks fly red- we are never getting back together, 22 1989- shake it off, bad blood reputation - look what you made me do, ready for it, end game lover- me (criinge) I feel like there's obviously a side to the decision to pick the catchiest, most commercially available choice - but there's so many lyrically relevant and beautiful songs on the record that get over looked, especially by people that won't dive deeper and listen to the rest after hearing the first single release.
  5. Taylor Swift directed and released a music video for "The Man." In it, she plays a big boss business man who gets his way with hot girls. Naturally, there's a ton of Easter eggs in the clip, including a No Scooter sign - a reference to her ongoing masters battle with Scooter Braun. What do you think of the video? Apple Music already added "The Man" to the top of their A-List Pop playlist. Swift also released a lyric video to the track. The song is a bop, but justice for "Cruel Summer" and "Afterglow." Do you like "The Man" or is there another song you'd rather have Tay Tay push?
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