Taylor Swift finally released the Red (Taylor’s Version) album, her second re-recorded album following Fearless, after months of teasing.
Fans have been awaiting the arrival of the Red album, which contains epic jewels such as the 10-minute ballad All Too Well. Swift gave thanks to her followers for ‘pushing’ her to revisit her work.
Taylor Swift came to Instagram to give a message to her followers in which she discussed the effort she put in to rework and re-release the Red album. Swift wrote, “Thank you for being my strength throughout this journey,” thanking her fans for their support “Just a friendly reminder that if you hadn’t encouraged me, I would never have believed it was possible to go back and remake my previous work, uncovering lost art and forgotten gems along the way. Red is about to become mine once more, but it was always ours. We’ll start over tonight. Red (my version) is now available.”
Red (Taylor’s Version) has a few surprises, including tracks written by the performer in collaboration with Phoebe Bridgers, Ed Sheeran, and Chris Stapleton. The 31-year-old singer will also debut her self-directed short film for her 10-minute song All Too Well, which will be available on YouTube. Sadie Sink and Dylan O’Brien star in the short film.
Red (Taylor’s Version) is rumored to be one of Swift’s largest albums, as it has all 30 songs that were supposed to be on the 2012 version of her album. The Vault is represented by nine songs on the re-recorded Song.
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The singer’s former partner Jake Gyllenhaal has been the subject of rumors that the re-recorded version of the album is about him. The fans went crazy because they thought a few songs would make fun of the Hollywood star.
Despite the fact that the 31-year-old singer has been chastised for composing sad and heartbreaking songs about her ex-boyfriends; she continued to express her thoughts on the re-recorded version. In 2010, the ‘Blank Space’ singer dated Gyllenhaal for a short time.