It’s been a long time, and the launch didn’t go as planned, but Taylor Swift’s seventh album, “The Lover,” is here. Stream the following albums via Apple Music or Spotify. Shortly after the album appeared on the streaming service, Swift posted this post to her nearly 121 million Instagram fans: “This album takes love, complexity, comfort and chaos.”
The album of the 18 songs is expected to sell more than 1 million copies this week, including many amazing names: Dixie Chicks, St. Vincent’s Annie Clark, Cautious Clay, and producers Frank Dukes and Sounwave, who played a role in some of Kendrick Lamar’s most popular songs.
The event began in late April, and some clear search lines were released on social media, eventually releasing “ME!” Features panic Brendon Urie! In the disco. The bubble gum ballad feels perfunctory, a half-hearted, half-baked spelling episode. The single failed to board the Billboard Hot 100, the longest running history, Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road”, creating “I!” since Speak Now’s “Mine” in 2010, A single from Swift didn’t reach the top position.
In June, “You need to calm down” was released, and its time seems to coincide with the Pride Month, “Why are you crazy to be a GLAAD?” Lyrics and a video from Adam Lambert, Hayley Kiyoko, Adam Rippon, RuPaul and Queer Eye actor (and the last, not coincident with Katy Perry). After it was released, Swift was accused of homosexuality and misappropriation (like her previous Perry); the video that Swift co-directed was also strongly influenced by its ironic, classic description. Oppose.
Later that month, Swift made headlines, because until last fall, her long-time brand Big Machine was acquired by Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande manager Scooter Braun. This means Braun – not Swift – has the master of the first six albums of pop stars. She called the sale “the worst case” on the grounds that Braun’s “uninterrupted, manipulative bullying” was polite to the client. On Thursday, Swift confirmed a few weeks of speculation when she told Robin Roberts “Good Morning America” ??that she intended to re-record and re-release the six albums sold to Braun.
Swift’s promotional trains have been on the release date. In an increasingly rare move, Swift interviewed her in the last album cycle on Entertainment Weekly and Vogue. Swift and her new multi-color aesthetic – in stark contrast to her Gothic prestige era – also took over Amazon’s box and morning show, launching Target’s exclusive Deluxe Edition and Stella McCartney.
The release of “Lover” also includes the release of the highly acclaimed Cats trailer, which will be released by Swift, Idris Elba, Jennifer Hudson, Judy Dench and James Coden The film adaptation of the film of Andrew Lloyd Weber. Although Swift’s film offense is separate from the album release, her role as a writing cat is a strange brand for famous cat lovers.
When it comes to the expectation of lovers, Swift is characterized by a tight-lipped, but the subsequent release of the album suggests that the album itself, a double album spanning 18 tracks, may be close to the new sound field. Archer’s “Archer” has a fantastic sense of fashion; the title song “Lover” evokes the waltz, weaving romantic and nostalgic information. The tracking list posted on Instagram last Friday confirmed the collaboration with Dixie Chicks called “You will get better soon.”
Although Dixie Chicks and St. Vincent appear on Valentine’s Day, it seems that Cautious Clay is considered a co-author of the “London Boys” because the song borrowed from his breakthrough popular show “Cold War.”