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Topic: Taylor Swift

Storytelling has always been at the heart of Swift’s music, but never has she constructed stories as sophisticated as those in “folklore” and “evermore.”

Arts & Culture, Reviews

Taylor Swift “comes back stronger than a ‘90s trend”

February 8, 2021 0 comments

In July 2020, Taylor Swift released her surprise album, “folklore,” which became the saving grace of an otherwise tragic year for many fans.

Quarantine collection: seven albums produced during social distancing

Arts & Culture, Reviews

Quarantine collection: seven albums produced during social distancing

September 14, 2020 0 comments

Perhaps the isolationist existence provokes some sort of artistic intuition. Many famed artists have produced their most iconic works during periods of self-isolation: Virginia Woolf during depressive dazes, Edvard Munch after contracting the Spanish Flu, John Adams during a self-induced Californian cabin fever.

Opening up about her struggles with body image, sexual assault, career pressures and feminist views, Swift finally gets the chance to tell her side of the story through a medium beyond music in “Miss Americana.”

Arts & Culture, Reviews

‘Miss Americana’ sparks empathy for Taylor Swift

February 11, 2020 Comments are Disabled

On Jan. 23, the release of Taylor Swift’s intimate documentary “Miss Americana” took Netflix by storm. Directed by Emmy-Award winner Lana Wilson, the documentary follows Swift on her search for “happiness without anyone else’s input,” highlighting her struggles against criticisms, loneliness and constant visibility.

Taylor Swift’s seventh album, “Lover,” is far from her last album, “reputation.” Her latest album features 18 tracks on the central theme of multi-dimensional love.

Arts & Culture

Taylor Swift’s new album ‘Lover’ charms fans

September 9, 2019 Comments are Disabled

In 2017, Taylor Swift unveiled a darker, angrier side of her personality through her sixth album, “reputation.” The controversial album lived up to its name and challenged the way people perceive Swift — both musically and personally.