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      All Too Well (Live from DIRECTV Super Saturday Night 2019)
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      All Too Well (Lyrics Video)
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      All Too Well (Lyrics Video)
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      All Too Well (Lyrics Video)
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      All Too Well
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      All Too Well (Remixed by Fenyst)
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      All Too Well (Remixed)
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      All Too Well (Covered by Callista Clark)
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      All Too Well (Covered by Against The Current Cover)
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      Wildest Dreams
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      Wildest Dreams (Live from The GRAMMY Museum 2016)
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      Wildest Dreams (Live 2016)
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      Wildest Dreams (Lyrics Video)
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      Wildest Dreams (Lyrics Video)
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      Wildest Dreams
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      Wildest Dreams (Remixed by Darren Omnet)
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      Wildest Dreams (Remixed by Frankie Fultz)
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      Wildest Dreams (Remixed by Kayden Berkec)
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      Wildest Dreams (Remixed by Electro House Hustlers)
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      The Best Day
      Official 1
      The Best Day (Lyrics Video)
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      The Best Day (Lyrics Video)
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      The Best Day
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      The Best Day (Covered by Elly Cooke)
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      The Best Day (Covered by LoveLilyMusic)
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      The Best Day (Covered by Kim Leitinger)
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      The Best Day (Covered by Josie)
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      The Best Day (Covered by Stephanie Warr)
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      The Best Day (Covered by Mia Bee)
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      Red
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      Red (Live from Harvey Mudd College 2012)
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      Red (Live)
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      Red (Live from Sydney, Australia 2013)
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      Red (Lyrics Video)
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      Red
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      Red (Remixed by Elrheen David)
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      Red (Remixed by TrizikMusic)
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      Red (Remixed by Oscilleration)
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      Red (Remixed by Blacktone Records)
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      Holy Ground (Live from Formula 1 United States Grand Prix 2016)
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      Holy Ground (Live from Live Lounge 2019)
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      Holy Ground (Lyrics Video)
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      Holy Ground (Lyrics Video)
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      Holy Ground (Lyrics Video)
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      Holy Ground
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      Our Song
      Official 1
      Our Song (Live from Harvey Mudd College 2012)
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      Our Song (Live from Today Show in New York city 2009)
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      Our Song (Live from Fearless Tour 2010)
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      Our Song (Live from CMA Horizon Award 2007)
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      Our Song (Live from Music sessions 2008)
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      Our Song (Live from Rhap TV 2013)
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      Our Song (Lyrics Video)
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      Our Song (Lyrics Video)
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      Our Song
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      22
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      22 (Lyrics Video)
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      22 (Lyrics Video)
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      22 (Lyrics Video)
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      22
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      22 (Remixed by Rigbe Lasha)
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      22 (Remixed by Death Blossoms)
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      22 (Remixed by Sim Gretina)
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      22 (Remixed by Lenny Globe)
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      22 (Remixed by Wolfsimmy)
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      I Knew You Were Trouble.
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      I Knew You Were Trouble. (Live from Amazon Prime 2019)
      Live 1
      I Knew You Were Trouble. (Live from The Seine, Paris 2013)
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      I Knew You Were Trouble. (Live from AMA 2012)
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      I Knew You Were Trouble. (Live from ARIA Awards 2012)
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      I Knew You Were Trouble. (Live from Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2013)
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      I Knew You Were Trouble. (Live from 1989 World Tour 2019)
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      I Knew You Were Trouble. (Live from Texas 2018)
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      I Knew You Were Trouble. (Live from STB 2013)
      Live 8
      I Knew You Were Trouble. (Live from New Year's Rockin Eve 2012)
      Live 9
      I Don't Wanna Live Forever (Fifty Shades Darker)
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      I Don't Wanna Live Forever (Fifty Shades Darker) (Live from Music Sessions 2016)
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      I Don't Wanna Live Forever (Fifty Shades Darker) (Lyrics Video)
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      I Don't Wanna Live Forever (Fifty Shades Darker)
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      I Don't Wanna Live Forever (Fifty Shades Darker) (Remixed by Kiso & Kayla)
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      I Don't Wanna Live Forever (Fifty Shades Darker) (Remixed by Cosmic Dawn)
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      I Don't Wanna Live Forever (Fifty Shades Darker) (Remixed by Dj Vianu)
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      Mean
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      Mean (Live from 54th GRAMMYs on CBS 2012)
      Live 1
      Mean (Live)
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      Mean (Lyrics Video)
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      Mean
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      Mean (Remixed by jayjag716)
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      Mean (Remixed by lefty1529)
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      Mean (Covered by AJ Lee)
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      Mean (Covered by EllyCookeMusic)
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      Mean (Covered by 321MyKirby)
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      How You Get The Girl (Live from The 1989 World Tour Live 2015)
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      How You Get The Girl (Live from 1989 World Tour 2015)
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      How You Get The Girl (Lyrics Video)
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      How You Get The Girl
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      So It Goes...
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      So It Goes... (Remixed by Mr.Smith)
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      So It Goes... (Covered by Cillan Andersson)
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      So It Goes... (Covered by Tim Trutone)
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      So It Goes... (Covered by Dakota Rhodes)
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      So It Goes... (Covered by katia)
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      So It Goes... (Covered by Claudia Tripp)
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      So It Goes... (Covered by Paula Leyton)
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      Fifteen
      Official 1
      Fifteen (Live from 51st GRAMMY Awards 2009)
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      Fifteen (Live from Fearless Tour 2011)
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      Fifteen (Lyrics Video)
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      Fifteen
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      Mine
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      Mine (Live from T5 2011)
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      Mine (Live from Letterman 2010)
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      Mine (Live from Original Band Live 2010)
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      Mine (Live from CMA Music Festival 2010)
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      Mine
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      Mine (Covered by AHMIR)
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      Sparks Fly
      Official 1
      Sparks Fly (Live from The RED Tour Live 2013)
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      Sparks Fly (Live from CW Broadcast 2012)
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      Sparks Fly (Live from iHeartRadio Music Festival 2012)
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      Sparks Fly (Live from CMA Music Festival 2011)
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      Sparks Fly (Live from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 2012)
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      Sparks Fly (Lyrics Video)
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      Sparks Fly
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      Sparks Fly (Remixed by Justin Streck)
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      Sparks Fly (Remixed by JehosephatJones)
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      State of Grace (Live from tate Of Grace (Live from The X Factor  2012)
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      State Of Grace (Lyrics Video)
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      State Of Grace (Lyrics Video)
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      State Of Grace (Lyrics Video)
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      State Of Grace
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      Haunted (Lyrics Video)
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      Haunted
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      Haunted (Remixed by Ali Bomaye)
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      Haunted (Remixed by Jorge Duran)
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      Haunted (Covered by Charlotte Zone)
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      Haunted (Covered by Kayla Dillon)
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      Haunted (Covered by Alex G and Jess)
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      Haunted (Covered by Ashley Kaufman)
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      Haunted (Covered by Megan Collins)
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      Haunted (Covered by Alex Karshner)
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      Never Grow Up (Lyrics Video)
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      Never Grow Up
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      Never Grow Up (Remixed by Outsiders)
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      Never Grow Up (Covered by Monica Saldivar & Brandon Ferrar)
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      Never Grow Up (Covered by Molly & Peyton (92629))
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      Never Grow Up (Covered by Sierra Schultzzie)
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      Never Grow Up (Covered by Stephanie Chee)
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      Treacherous (Live from Live from Acoustic Performances from RED Album )
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      Treacherous (Lyrics Video)
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      Treacherous
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Jul 04, 2019

Taylor Swift’s Game of Thrones Inspired Album “Reputation”

Reputation was released on November 10, 2017, and is the sixth studio album by Taylor Swift. The album mostly received positive reviews and was the second best-selling album of 2017 worldwide, and the US best-selling album of 2017. Reputation lead single “Look What You Made Me Do” was released on September 2 and it broke a string of records, including the record for the most plays in a single day on Spotify and more. Some of the other song this album include are “Ready For It”, “Gorgeous”, and “Call It What You Want” which also received many positive reviews from the critics – The album contains parts of the Pop, electropops, ynth-pop. Much the same as the album's title suggests a considerable lot of its lyrical themes, for example, dealing with fame and media coverage of celebrities. Greg Kot, from Chicago Tribune, described the album as "another shift, this time into electronic pop". Taylor Swift said several of the reputation songs were inspired by the epic fantasy TV series ‘Game of Thrones’. Entertainment wrote "she says, 'At the time, I was making reputation and I didn’t talk about it in interviews, so I didn’t reveal that a lot of the songs were influenced by the show.'”. Taylor Swift also added that the album ended up transforming into a split album, one end being the weaponized songs about revenge, and the other about hoping to discover love “something sacred throughout all the battle cries”. “These songs were half based on what I was going through, but seeing them through a Game of Thrones filter,” Swift says – The cover art also portrays these themes, which showcases Swift over a background of a tabloid publication. The title of the album is also derived from some of the song’s lyrics like from the “End Game” lyrics 'Big reputation, big reputation, ooh, you and me we got big reputations, Big reputation, big reputation, Ooh you and me would be a big conversation', and from the “Delicate” lyrics 'My reputation's never been worse'.

Jun 28, 2019

Still Ingenue But With A Sharp Wit and A Keen Eye for Observing Her Generation’s Love Affairs

For someone who writes and sings her own songs, Taylor Swift’s second album, Fearless aptly describes her approach to songwriting. Only barely 18 years old when she was writing songs for this album, one can see that even at a young age, she already has that keen sense and intuition needed by a successful songwriter. She understands fully the current structure of songwriting, knowing how the verses tell the story, and then swiftly bringing everything into a crescendo through a catchy chorus. She wrote all the 13 songs in this album, sharing co-writing credits in six of them. She also produced this album along with Nathan Chapman. When this album came out, there was a dearth of female representation in country music, least of all – a very young female performer – so her entrance into the country scene was really a breath of fresh air in a milieu dominated by adult male singers in their 30s and 40s. I am also not surprised why she named this album Fearless because she tackles subject matters which younger females are drawn to and she does not hold back in telling their stories, including her own. Much later, Taylor would gain a reputation of writing about her ex-boyfriends and guys she dated, much to the chagrin of those poor fellows. Some of them retaliate through song, the others prefer to be gentlemanly about it and just keep their mouths shut. Even this early in her career, Taylor is already naming names. She’s not subtle at all in “Hey Stephen” and names a girl called Abigail in “Fifteen”. In this album, Taylor Swift is still an ingenue but with a sharp wit and a keen eye for observing her generation’s love affairs. She will do more damage soon but for now, her songs seem to be extensions of her own personal diary – and her stories are interwoven into this Fearless compilation.

Written by @tonyfabelous from Fabelousity
Jun 14, 2019

Inspired by disses

Taylor Swift has always been familiar with drama in music and love areas which inspired her in making new singles or even the whole albums about it. The album Reputation is her response to the disses by Kanye West and his wife Kim Kardashian West, and a famous singer Katy Perry. When it comes to Kanye West and his wife, all of the drama began back in 2009 when Kanye insulted Taylor publicly. Kanye made a scene at the VMAs when he rushed the stage and told Taylor Swift: “Yo Taylor, I’m really happy for you, I'mma let you finish, but Beyoncé had one of the best videos of all time.” That made the whole world take Taylor's side in this drama and turn against Kanye. It looked so wrong, rude and disrespectful! Taylor was only 19 years old back then and he totally ruined her special moment. He apologized the same year. But was it sincere? In 2010, his apology inspired her to make a song "Innocent" after which Kanye kept apologizing. But, suddenly, in 2013 Kanye said he doesn't feel sorry for what he did back in 2009 and regrets his apology. Two years later, they finally found peace and became friends. It didn't take Kanye long to cause new drama with the release of his song "Famous" in which he, in front of the whole world, insulted Taylor with lines: "For all my Southside niggas that know me best I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex Why? I made that bitch famous (Goddamn) I made that bitch famous" in which he claimed to be the one who made Taylor Swift famous because, after the scene in 2009, her popularity increased drastically. He took the role of the victim here and Kim and him released the video of Taylor agreeing to these lyrics but in the video is shown that she heard only the lines: "For all my Southside niggas that know me best I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex" not the two lines after these where he took the credits for her popularity and success. Taylor released a statement where she said she wasn't aware of the lyric "I made that bitch famous" and that she's totally not okay with that. She also added Kanye wanting her to promote the single on her Twitter feed which she, of course, refused to do. Four days after Kanye's song was released, Taylor won an award for her album 1989 after what she said: "There are going to be people along the way who will try to undercut your success, or take credit for your accomplishments or your fame, but if you just focus on the work and you don’t let those people sidetrack you, someday when you get where you’re going, you’ll look around and you will know that it was you and the people who love you who put you there, and that will be the greatest feeling in the world." and we can all see who is she referring this to. On November 10th, 2017 Taylor released a new album called Reputation and she gave us much to talk about!

Written by @vildanasuta from Living Like V

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