Taylor Swift: Brain of the Music Industry – Millie Barrett, St Catherine’s

For more than a decade, the multi-award-winning artist has relentlessly dominated the music industry, and with the release of her new album, “Midnights,” it’s clear that Taylor Swift isn’t backing down anytime soon. As the first artist in history to occupy all of the top 10 spots on the Billboard Hot 100 and become Spotify’s most played artist, Taylor’s success is unquestionable.

After enduring countless hardships throughout her career, from ruthless and misogynistic attempts to tear her down at every opportunity, to her label stripping her of the rights to her own music, Swift decided to reissue all of her debut albums. “Taylor Swift”. to the 2017 album “Reputation.” She has already released “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” and “Red (Taylor’s Version)”; these albums won numerous awards, despite being their second release, one being the fan-favorite short “All Too Good (10 Minute Version)”.

Iconic and renowned for her awe-inspiring songwriting, Swift is an inspiration not just to girls and women, but to young people everywhere, because despite the hardships she faced, she came out of it stronger than ever. . As a champion of feminism and women’s rights, releasing songs like “The Man” and “Mad Woman,” which address the unfair privilege of men in our society, Taylor Swift is the perfect example of how celebrities should use their fame to fight reality. life problems. Education is one of the many things Taylor does, along with his lyrics and vocabulary; listening to his discography is comparable to reading a plethoric literature, as his vocabulary ranges from “mercurial” to “clandestine” and even to “Machiavellian”.

Hailed as the “Queen of Pop”, like Marmite, people seem to love or hate her, but who could not admire her remarkable intellect and marketing genius. She is truly a prose and publicity genius.

“I laid the groundwork and then, like clockwork, the dominoes cascaded into a line. What if I told you I’m a mastermind?” – Taylor Swift, ‘Brain’

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