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1989 - Taylor Swift 05/04/2015

1989 Taylor's best work

1989 - Taylor Swift Taylor Swift is written for definition under 'America's Sweetheart'. The blonde, clean-cut, poster child unravels her fifth album. Swift embarks on a journey to embody every pop element that floats around New York City, her departure from Nashville will allow her to neglect her country roots for a while. Taylor is the varsity cheerleader of the industry. She's likeable, adored by professionals, a grade A student with a flawless reputation and dates the most popular guys in school, her music reaches the masses with friendly lyrics and unforgettable melodies ''Shake It Off'' the easy-listening guaranteed smash isn't synonymous with Red hits such as ''22'' or 'We Are Never Getting Back Together'' with opening guitar strums and memorable lyrics instead it's connecting it's verses around a upbeat saxophone line. The idea of a perfect lead single generating great numbers to strengthen the arrival of Swift after a two year hiatus. Swift is a skilled songwriter no doubt, wording her lines with an edge she writes on the nostalgic track entitled 'Style', ''You’ve got that James Dean daydream look in your eye/ And I’ve got that red-lipped classic thing that you like'' it doesn't seem dumbed yet easy enough to understand for the average 16 year old first time Hip-hop beats and popping ’80s bass lines are used on the track 'Bad Blood' a song showing no remorse, displaying invulnerability, the statement is ''I'm not going to be the victim anymore'' ''Wildest Dreams'' is straight ...
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