Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift's 5 favorite albums

Taylor Swift is an American singer-songwriter born on December 13, 1989, in Reading, Pennsylvania. She began performing at a young age, and by the time she was a teenager, she had already moved to Nashville, Tennessee, to pursue her country music career. In 2006, Taylor Swift released her debut self-titled album, which spawned several hit singles and established her as a rising star in the country music scene. Over the years, she continued to release successful albums, including "Fearless", "Speak Now", "Red", and "1989" which showcased her evolving sound and songwriting skills.

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Taylor Swift's favorite albums

  • Lorde - Melodrama

    It’s a sonic journey and you can’t pick just one.

  • Lana Del Rey - Norman Fucking Rockwell!
    Lana Del ReyNorman Fucking Rockwell!

    I’ve watched as one of my favorite artists of the decade, Lana Del Rey, was ruthlessly criticized early in her career, and then slowly but surely she turned into, in my opinion, the most influential artist in pop. Her vocal stylings, her lyrics, her aesthetics, they’ve been repurposed everywhere in music. And this year, her incredible album is nominated for album of the year at the Grammys.

  • Tegan and Sara - Heartthrob
    Tegan and SaraHeartthrob

    Her manager called a couple of months ago and said Taylor is obsessed with the record and she'd love to have the girls up.

  • Carole King - Tapestry
    Carole KingTapestry

    It was a watershed moment for humans in the world with feelings and for cats who have big dreams of one day ending up on iconic album covers.”

  • Joni Mitchell - Blue
    Joni MitchellBlue

    The 1971 album spotlighted her musical genius, became her first album to sell more than a million copies, and earned admirers ranging from Bob Dylan and Prince to Taylor Swift.

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