Taylor Swift fans go wild as the singer teases her version of 1989 album

Taylor teased the premiere of This Love (Taylor’s Version) on Thursday when she posted a trailer for the teen drama on Amazon, The Summer I Turned Pretty, which featured the song on music. movie.

Taylor Swift re-recorded one of her hits from the album 1989
Taylor Swift re-recorded one of her hits from the album 1989

Taylor Swift sent fans into a frenzy after releasing a new version of one of the hit songs from her 1989 album.

She teased the premiere of This Love (Taylor’s Version) on Thursday when she posted a trailer for Amazon teen drama The Summer I Turned Pretty, which features the song on the soundtrack, before Notice will be released the next day.

Taylor also got fans excited after its official comeback when she hinted at a possible remake of 1989. , well done.”

One fan took to Twitter, describing their reaction with the lyrics: “I fell to my knees.”







Taylor Swift fans react to the singer’s re-recorded single
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Another went detective when they found a connection to the This Love (Taylor’s version) release date.

They wrote: “No, you must be kidding me… This Love TV was announced on May 5 and guess what? 1989 tour started on May 5, 2015.

“Of course she mentioned the 1989 tour on the post for it.”

The third Swiftie speculates the next song will be re-released: “The space she uses when typing the word midnight. Is this a sign for 1989 TV or Style TV?”

The 32-year-old vowed to re-record her first six albums when she signed with Universal’s Republic Records in November 2018 after a dispute with her first record label, Big Machine Records.

Swift signed to Big Machine Records in 2005 as a fresh-faced teenage country singer, and the label helped make her the music superstar she is today.

However, when her contract expired 4 years ago, Big Machine Records still owned the originals – original recordings – of the 6 studio albums she recorded with them and despite her best efforts. acquiring the originals from the company, Swift failed in her attempt. owns her back music catalog.







Taylor Swift hints at a possible re-release of 1989 album in the near future
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In June 2019, she became embroiled in a highly publicized dispute with record executive Scooter Braun, who manages operations like Ariana Grande, Demi Lovato and Justin Bieber, when his parent company , Ithaca Holdings, acquired Big Machine Records.

This means Braun owns the rights to Taylor’s first six albums, and she condemns the Ithaca acquisition by labeling him a “relentless, manipulative bully” on a Tumblr post. . In 2020, Ithaca sold the rights to Shamrock Holdings for $300 million.

Since then, she has re-released songs and albums, adding (Taylor’s Version) to their titles.

Swift re-released Love Story (Taylor’s Version) as a single, along with other tracks ‘You All Over Me’ and Mr. Perfectly Fine’, before Fearless (Taylor’s Version) became the first re-recorded album to reach number one on the Billboard 200.

Red (Taylor’s Version) becomes the second re-recorded album coming out in 2021 and she also released Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version) as a single last September.

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