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Taylor Swift’s fourth and latest release, “Taylor’s Version,” isn’t just a release, it’s a healing process.
Pop superstar’s re-recorded LP drops at midnight, nine years after original 1989 Reissued in 2014.
As Swifties everywhere turned on, tuned in, and dropped out of whatever they were doing, TayTay turned to her social channels to share a thoughtful piece of easy-to-find Easter eggs.
“I was born in 1989, rediscovered for the first time in 2014, and a part of me redeemed in 2023 by the re-release of this album I love so much,” reads Swift’s message, written in her own handwriting.
“I have never dreamed of the magic you have been showering in my life for so long.”
The new release includes newly-recorded versions of all 13 original songs, three bonus tracks (“Wonderland,” “New Romantics” and “You’re in Love”) and “Walt” (“Is It Over Now?,” “Now We Don’t Talk,” ” Say Don’t Go,” “Suburban Legends” and “Slut!”).
“This moment is a reflection of the forest we’ve wandered through, and all this love between us still shines in the darkest of times,” she writes. “I present you with gratitude and wonder, my version of 1989. It has been waiting for you.”
Swift’s latest social post is accompanied by pictures of the pop star frolicking on the beach, eating ice cream, and living life like it’s 1989 again.
with arrival 1989 (Taylor’s edition), Swift has only two more albums to re-record: her 2006 self-titled debut and 2017’s fame, his last album under Big Machine Records. In 2021, he was dropped Fearless (Taylor’s Edition) And Red (Taylor’s Edition)And in July this year, he was released Speak Now (Taylor’s Edition).
Stream 1989 (Taylor’s Edition) Check out TayTay’s social post below.