Taylor Swift is releasing a new version of her album, Red. Fans have been anxiously waiting for this announcement and will be able to purchase it November 19th.

Taylor Swift announced today that she’ll release “Red” (her own take on the original) as yet another special edition just in time for Thanksgiving. The re-release includes four never seen before tracks including one written with Ed Sheeran, we can’t wait to hear what they sound like together.

Fearless (Taylor’s Version) is a six-track, never before released album that features acoustic renditions of Taylor Swift songs like “You Belong With Me” and new versions of hits such as “Love Story”.

As her sole response to critics that she was not a capable songwriter, Taylor Swift wrote and recorded the album all by herself.

Taylor Swift is one of the biggest stars in the world. Her albums have sold millions of copies, and she has won more awards than any other artist to date. This blog post will take a look at how Taylor Swift rose so quickly from obscurity to fame as well as her future goals.

About Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift is a megastar in the industry and is known for her songs about love, heartbreak and revenge. Taylor Swift was born in Pennsylvania on December 13th 1989 to two parents who loved country music. Her family had a ranch which she always visited with horses when she was younger and that’s where some of the inspiration behind her song “Mean” came from – after being bullied.

Notable Moment in Her Past

Taylor Swift and Kanye West had a moment following the MTV Video Music Awards, where Taylor Swift won an award for Best Female Video and Kanye West interrupted her speech to say that Beyoncé should have won. In response, he was booed by the audience due in part to his interruption of what would’ve been one of the biggest moments in her career

LONDON, ENGLAND – MAY 11: Taylor Swift, winner of the Global icon Award, is seen during The BRIT Awards 2021 at The O2 Arena on May 11, 2021 in London, England. (Photo by JMEnternational/JMEnternational for BRIT Awards/Getty Images)