Taylor Swift has only been in the business for a decade. Hard to believe right? History fact: 10 years ago today in 2006, the singer-songwriter released her self-titled debut, and the rest has been history and we all been mere witnesses of such stardom. According to the source of EW.EW.
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Her rise to the position she has today is caused by a numerous of factors that still can’t seem to make sense to the simplicity behind.
Something it’s sure: not many artists have accomplished what she has done. When her self-titled first album dropped, it was successful, but as time would go on, she’d find new ways to redefine that word. The teenaged singer-songwriter was new to the scene, and she hit the ground fast, not wasting any time in making her name and her music well-known.
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Swift’s 2nd album was no failure at all, and in fact, it took her to the next level, thanks to the ascent of her singles on both the Hot 100 and the pop charts. The album debuted at No. 1, sold millions, and won her the Grammy for Album of the Year, which shocked the world, as she beat out more established pop acts like the Black Eyed Peas and Beyoncé to collect the awards.
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While country music made her famous and gave her a platform, it would wind up being her pop leanings that would eventually help her become a true global superstar and the highest-earning celebrity in music.
The next few years can be seen as a time of evolution for the singer, yet, she did not lower on popularity or getting her songs into the Hot 100. It’s clear now that Swift had more ambition for her career than simple country music and the upcoming years will show it.
Taylor and her team were always smart business persons. The singer took things slowly, making her transition from pure country to pure pop a progressive one. And this could be sensed in her albums: Fearless, Speak Now, and especially Red which mixed genres and disrupted any line between being a country star or a pop one.
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Taylor was just planting the seed, training her loyal fan base for an upgrade completely distinct, but always keeping her position as a successful hitmaker in the industry.
By late 2014 Swift brought her the first single the new era, and it was called “Shake It Off,” the single from her first all-pop album 1989. The record was a fearless change from the country genre, and there wasn’t a clue of what used to be her past sound. As some of the album lyrics said: “t’s a new soundtrack I could dance to this beat”.
The change was a surprise for many, but something that was expected to come for those following her music evolution throughout the years.
1989 was inevitable, it was meant to come and along with that expectancy it took Swift to new pinnacles. It was hit after hit, fellow artist joining her cause, successful music videos and one of the biggest pop tours of all time.
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