In June, Taylor Swift excited millions of fans when it announced that it would release a re-recorded take of the album. Red November of this year.Title, soon to be renamed Red (Taylor’s version)Will be the second of six reworked full-length runs that the singer-songwriter has re-recorded and released to regain control of her material, which has changed hands over and over again.
November came early and fans have been hoping for the first taste of Red (Taylor’s version) For weeks, when Swift released a new single last Friday (September 17th), many were shocked to find that it had nothing to do with the next release. Now her Swifties don’t know what era she’s in or what she’s promoting, but none of them seem angry at the amount of music that’s on their way.
Just a few days ago, Swift made a surprise release of “Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version)”. This is a re-recorded, slightly modified edition of “Wildest Dreams”.The song served as the fifth official single from her first pure pop album 1989, Taken over the earth a few years ago. “Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s version)” 1989 (Taylor’s version), I know fans are coming, but it hasn’t been officially announced.
Swift has loosened its promotional plans as it has only two months left before the next album hits the store or streaming platform, but hasn’t started pushing songs from the set yet. Instead, her army of followers is busy pushing play and buying songs that may not be featured in full length for years.
Superstar insisted on Social post Having announced the release of “Wildest Dreams”, which she realized the original was trending on TikTok, she decided to share a new take on Smash. , Or she may have something else on her sleeve.Almost as soon as the song came out, Swift began offering signed copies. Fearless (Taylor’s version)The first re-recorded album at an eye-catching price of $ 19.89. In a country that made its debut at No. 1 on the billboard 200 months ago, the timing is wrong because it has stopped advertising significantly. Enthusiastic fans know that such a coincidence doesn’t mean anything to a “you belong with me” musician, but I’m not sure exactly what she was planning. ..
Whatever happens next, it’s a bit strange to see Swift release a single that probably has nothing to do with the upcoming album. On social media, fans have expressed a lot of confusion about switching, but most focus on joy above all else.Either way, they’re still listening and saying “Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version)” Red (Taylor’s version) Should be each success Billboard Chart when they arrived.