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Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Lover by Taylor Swift Album Review

Lover is the 17th studio album by a beautiful American songwriter and singer Taylor Swift. The album was released on 23rd August 2019 by Republic Records. Being an executive producer she enlisted several producers such as Louis Bell, Frank Dukes, Joel Little, and Jack Antonoff for the album. She described the album as a Love letter for Lovers.

The lyrics of the album define the ups and downs of lovers. The album’s music videos and artwork marked a change in Taylor Swift’s appearance. Lover is mainly a synth-pop, pop, pop-rock, electro-pop, and retro pop album with a huge variety of genres like dream pop, rock and roll, pop-punk, indie pop, country funk, and R&B.

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The album contains a collaboration with Dixie Chicks and Brendon Urie. Lover is proceeding with 3 singles, all are peaking in the top ten of the Billboard hot 100. The single “You need to calm down” ranked at No. 2, while the title song ranked at No. 10. All the 18 songs of Lover charted on the Hot 100 chart. By selling 867000 copies in its 1st week, Lover debuted top on the Billboard 200 chart. Here is a tracklist of the album:
  1. I Forget That You Existed
  2. Lover
  3. The Archer
  4. Miss Americana & the Heartbreaker Prince
  5. The Man
  6. Cornelia Street
  7. London Boy
  8. False God
  9. Afterglow
  10. It's Nice to Have a Friend
  11. Cruel Summer
  12. Death by a Thousand Cuts
  13. I Think He Knows
  14. Paper Rings
  15. Soon You’ll Get Better (featuring Dixie Chicks)
  16. Daylight
  17. You Need to Calm Down
  18. Me (featuring Brendon Urie)
Thirty years old Taylor Alison Swift was born on 13th December 1989 in Pennsylvania US. She signed with the Sony ATV Music Publishing House when she was fourteen years old, and at the age of fifteen, she signed her 1st record deal. She won 10 Grammy Awards, 6 Guinness World Records, and Emmy Award. She is the most awarded woman at the Billboard Music Awards with 23 Wins and American Music Awards with 29 wins.


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