Taylor Alison Swift is an American singer-songwriter. She is known for narrative songs about her personal life, which have received widespread media coverage. At age 14, Swift became the youngest artist signed by the Sony/ATV Music publishing house and, at 15, she signed her first record deal.
Her 2006 eponymous debut album was the longest-charting album of the 2000s in the US. Its third single, "Our Song", made her the youngest person to single-handedly write and perform a number-one song on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. Swift's second album, Fearless, was released in 2008.
Buoyed by the pop crossover success of the singles "Love Story" and "You Belong with Me", it became the US' best-selling album of 2009 and was certified diamond in the US. The album won four Grammy Awards, and Swift became the youngest Album of the Year winner.
“Ready for It?”Taylor Swift fans — also known as Swifties — think the NFL just alluded to the possibility that the 32-year-old singer-songwriter may play next year’s Super Bowl LVII halftime show.The league didn’t namedrop any acts in a press release issued Friday to announce that Apple Music will now sponsor the halftime show, but it did drop the release at midnight.The “Lover” songstress released both her 2020 pandemic albums “Folklore” and “Evermore” at that time and has included the word “midnight” in her lyrics for years.To top the theory off, her ninth album “Midnights” drops on Oct.
21.Swift is famous for her Easter eggs — subtle or complex hints about upcoming projects for fans to put together to come up with their own theories on what could be coming next from the superstar.See you in February. #SBLVII pic.twitter.com/XhaaYnvuk0Another interesting observation is that Pepsi pulled out of its longtime Halftime Show sponsorship last year, an endeavor Apple Music will now take on.
Swift has been locked into a sponsorship with Coca-Cola since 2013, so Pepsi’s departure may mean now is the time for Swift to book the gig, fans suggested.Additionally, the “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things” singer wrote an open letter to Apple Music in June 2015, telling Apple CEO Tim Cook that she was disappointed that the then-new streaming service wouldn’t compensate artists for the streams users racked up during their three-month trial.Her letter had an impact, as Apple quickly announced it would indeed be paying artists for their music during the free period, if at a reduced rate, which is similar to other services.Read more on nypost.com