Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift is an American country-pop singer and songwriter from Pennsylvania. She wrote her first song, Lucky You, when she was 12 years-old and shortly after, started working with New York-based music manager Dan Dymtrow. Taylor was asked to sing the national anthem at the U.S Open tennis tournament in Pennsylvania a year later. This got her a lot of exposure, and after turning down a record deal with RCA at the age of 14, she was hired as a songwriter by Sony and ATV Tree to become its youngest ever employee in that role.

It wasn't until 2006 that she released her self-titled debut album, which won her a Nashville Songwriters Association International award. In 2008, she released her critically-acclaimed second album, Fearless. Her third album Red was released in 2012 with the highest recorded opening sales in a decade. The album featured the worldwide hits We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together and I Knew You Were Trouble which was reportedly inspired by her failed romance with heartthrob Harry Styles.

She later released 1989 in 2014 which included hits like Bad Blood and Shake It Off - but her most talked about album yet came in 2017. Reputation, was Taylor's big comeback from being away from the spotlight for a while, the songs included references to her feud with Kanye West, her sexual assault lawsuit against David Mueller, and her romance with Brit boy Joe Alwyn, who she's currently dating.

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