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Taylor Swift

TAYLOR SWIFT

Taylor Swift’s narrative songwriting, which often centers around her personal life, has received widespread critical plaudits and media coverage. Born in West Reading, Pennsylvania, Swift relocated to Nashville, Tennessee in 2004 to pursue a career in country music.

8.33/103 ratings
2014
Taylor Swift approached director Joseph Kahn with the idea for Blank Space. She wanted the video to portray her self-deprecation as a "crazy villain" akin to the lyrics. According to Kahn, Swift envisioned Blank Space as "a video addressing this concept of, if she has so many boys breaking up with her maybe the problem isn't the boy, maybe the problem is her"
7.57/107 ratings
2015
The Bad Blood video is a neo-noir spy film that takes cues from Robocop and Sin City. Taylor Swift teams up with Selena Gomez and Hailee Steinfeld as part of a crime-fighting team.
7.25/104 ratings
2012
The music video for I Knew You Were Trouble tells the story of Taylor Swift and a bad relationship. It starts well when he gives her a necklace as a gift. But then he gets in trouble with the police, starts a fight, and cheats.
7/103 ratings
2019
Swift's pro-LGBTQ video features many community members, including Ellen DeGeneres, Billy Porter, RuPaul, and Adam Lambert. It's set in a trailer part where bigots yell at LGBTQ people. It closes with a message asking people to sign a petition in favor of anti-discrimination legislation.
7/106 ratings
2014
Shake It Off features Swift dancing in various styles, including twerking, and features Swift's fans, who had written fan letters or posted on Twitter and Instagram. The massively popular, energetic video features Swift and dances in various costumes, which reference movies like Step It Up, Black Swan, and Funny Face.
6.67/103 ratings
2020
The satirical music video explores Swift's life as her theoretical male counterpart, an alter-ego named "Tyler Swift." The video presents numerous prevalent examples of double standards in society and comments on the objectification and sexualization of women, toxic masculinity, patriarchy, and performative allyship.
6.6/105 ratings
2017
Swift has said that part of the premise of the video is rooted in the idea that, "If everything you write about me was true, this is how ridiculous it would look." It is a satirical send-up of media theories about her true intentions that have little validity.
8.33/103 ratings
2014
Taylor Swift approached director Joseph Kahn with the idea for Blank Space. She wanted the video to portray her self-deprecation as a "crazy villain" akin to the lyrics. According to Kahn, Swift envisioned Blank Space as "a video addressing this concept of, if she has so many boys breaking up with her maybe the problem isn't the boy, maybe the problem is her"
7.57/107 ratings
2015
The Bad Blood video is a neo-noir spy film that takes cues from Robocop and Sin City. Taylor Swift teams up with Selena Gomez and Hailee Steinfeld as part of a crime-fighting team.
7.25/104 ratings
2012
The music video for I Knew You Were Trouble tells the story of Taylor Swift and a bad relationship. It starts well when he gives her a necklace as a gift. But then he gets in trouble with the police, starts a fight, and cheats.
7/103 ratings
2019
Swift's pro-LGBTQ video features many community members, including Ellen DeGeneres, Billy Porter, RuPaul, and Adam Lambert. It's set in a trailer part where bigots yell at LGBTQ people. It closes with a message asking people to sign a petition in favor of anti-discrimination legislation.
7/106 ratings
2014
Shake It Off features Swift dancing in various styles, including twerking, and features Swift's fans, who had written fan letters or posted on Twitter and Instagram. The massively popular, energetic video features Swift and dances in various costumes, which reference movies like Step It Up, Black Swan, and Funny Face.
6.67/103 ratings
2020
The satirical music video explores Swift's life as her theoretical male counterpart, an alter-ego named "Tyler Swift." The video presents numerous prevalent examples of double standards in society and comments on the objectification and sexualization of women, toxic masculinity, patriarchy, and performative allyship.
6.6/105 ratings
2017
Swift has said that part of the premise of the video is rooted in the idea that, "If everything you write about me was true, this is how ridiculous it would look." It is a satirical send-up of media theories about her true intentions that have little validity.

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