Taylor Swift

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  • Taylor Swift

    Taylor Swift
    Swift was born on December 13, 1989, in Reading, Pennsylvania
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    Old Taylor.

    The term "old taylor" is often used to mark a before and after events in 2016, where Taylor received masivive harassment by media and haters. The old taylor ends after the 2017 music video "Look What You Made Me Do" where she herself claims to be "dead" so now she can "reborn"
  • Taylor moves to Tennesse

    Taylor moves to Tennesse
    Swift often visited Nashville, Tennesse, the country music capital. There she co-wrote songs and tried to land a recording contract. Noting her dedication, Swift and her family moved to nearby Hendersonville, Tennesse, in attempt to further Swift´s career.
  • Swift gets a record deal

    Swift gets a record deal
    A stellar performance at the Bluebird Café in Nashville helped Swift get a contract whith Scott Brochetta´s Big Machine Records. she became the youngest artist hired by Sony/ATV Music Publishing House.
  • The beginning of a star

    The beginning of a star
    She released her first single "Tim McGraw" in 2006, and the song became a Top 10 hit on the country charts. It also appeared on her seltf-tiled debut álbum
  • Taylor Swift album

    Taylor Swift album
    Taylor recorded "Taylor Swift" album on October, 2006; which went on to sell more than 5 million copies. More popular singles soon followed, incluiding "Our Song", a No. 1 country music hit "Teardroops on My Guitar," "Picture to Burn" and "should´ve Said No" were also successful tracks.
  • Fearless album

    Fearless album
    Swift released her next album, which hit the top of both country and pop charts and stayed there for 11 weeks. By the end of the year, Swift had become the highest-selling country artist of 2008
  • 2009 VMAs

    2009 VMAs
    Swift netted several awards for her work on Fearless, she won the MTV Video Music Award´s Best Female video, for "You Belong With Me" making her the first country music star to earn a VMA. The win stirred controversy when rapper Kanye West leaped to the stage during Swift´s speech, took the microphone and declared that R&B singer Beyoncé should have won Swift´s award
  • Fearless Grammys

    Fearless Grammys
    -Album of the Year
    -Best Country Album
    -Best Female Country Vocal Performance
    -Best Country Song
  • Speak Now album

    Speak Now album
    Taylor released a new album "Speak Now" which featured the hit songs "Mean," "Ours" and "Sparks Fly." The album was success, debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and selling more than 1 million copies in its first week.
  • Speak Now Grammys

    Speak Now Grammys
    -Best Country Solo Performance
    - Best Country Song
  • Red album

    Red album
    "Red" is the fourth studio album by Swift. The album title refers to what taylor described as the tumultuous "red" emotions that were evoked from unhealthy romantic relationships she was expecting during the album´s coception.
  • Safe & Sound Grammy

    Safe & Sound Grammy
    -Best Song Written for Visual Media
  • 1989 album

    1989 album
    with her next effort, Swift seemed to step further away from her country music roots. She released 1989 in October 2014. "Shake It Off" proved to be one of the catchiest tracks of the year, reaching the top of the pop charts, and she inmmediately followed with a second chart-topping single, "Blank space." 1989 moved more than 1.2 million copies in its first week, making Swift the first artist to top the 1 million mark in opening-week sales for three albums
  • 1989 Grammys

    1989 Grammys
    -Album of the Year
    -Best Pop Vocal Album
    -Best Music Video
  • Sexual Assault Trial

    Sexual Assault Trial
    In August 2017 she testified in a trial against David Muller, a former radio DJ she had accused of groping her in 2013. Mueller denied Swift´s allegations and said the incidient cost him job , which led him to sue Swift, her mother and a radio station employee in 2015. Swift countersued him for alleged assault and battery, and a jury ruled in her favor in 2017, awarding her $1 in damages as a symbolic gesture.
  • Reputation album

    Reputation album
    In 2017, using an image of a snake, Swift revealed that she would release her sixth studio album, "Reputation," in November. the image of a snake is a reference to when Kim Kardashian called Swift a "snake" on Twitter on 2016 after Swift denied that she granted West permission to use her name in his song "Famous." The album sold 1.05 million copies on USA over its first four days.
  • Lover album

    Lover album
    On April, 2019 Swift debuted "ME!" with Brendon Urie. It became the first single for her seventh studio album "Lover" with "You Need to Calm Down" and the title track also hitting the airwaves as singles over the next flew months.
  • Universal music

    Universal music
    swift changes her label after losing the rights to her old recordings for legal problems with her old music label and signs with Universal Music
  • Folklore album

    Folklore album
    Taylor Swift release a surprise album on July, 2020, Swift announced on Instagram that she would be releasing her eighth studio album, the album becomming the first record to sell more than a million copies in 2020.
  • Evermore album

    Evermore album
    "Evermore," Taylor Swift´s ninth studio album, was released five months after "Folklore." It was second album announced via social media by Swift sixteen hours prior to release.