‘Fearless’ was Swift’s second album and won the singer her first album of the year Grammy win.
Taylor Swift has released the first of her re-recorded albums.
On Thursday, the singer released the new model of her sophomore album, Fearless. The re-recording known as, “Fearless (Taylor’s Model)” options 26 songs, including six previously unreleased songs. The singer additionally shared lyric movies for all the songs on her YouTube channel following the discharge.
“My model of Fearless could have 26 songs on it as a result of I’ve determined so as to add songs from the vault, that are songs that just about made the unique Fearless album, but I’ve now gone again and recorded these so that everyone will be capable to hear not solely songs that made the album however the songs that just about made it: the full image,” Swift stated in a video that aired on Good Morning America when announcing the re-recording.
As followers anticipated the reimagined album, Swift shared Thursday snippets of her re-recorded songs on numerous social media platforms forward of the release. Swift even enlisted help from singers Olivia Rodrigo and Conan Grey who shared movies of themselves dancing and singing alongside Swift’s music “You Belong With Me” and “White Horse.”
Though Fearless is Swift’s second album, it’s the first of her Huge Machine releases that she’s rerecorded. The album, which includes hit singles “You Belong With Me” and “Fifteen,” went on to win the Grammy for album of the year in 2010 — Swift has since change into recognized as the one feminine solo artist to have won that prime prize thrice.
In February, Swift provided followers the primary preview of the new Fearless album by releasing a re-recorded model of her 2008 single, “Love Story” known as “Love Story (Taylor’s Model).” Simply final month, Swift unveiled her first music “from the vault” known as “You All Over Me” which featured nation singer Maren Moris. Earlier this week, Swift additionally launched one other vault music known as, “Mr. Completely High-quality.” Keith City additionally joins the singer for a collaboration “That’s When” and singing harmonies on “We Were Happy.”
The singer first confirmed in 2019 that she would rerecord her songbook, which includes Taylor Swift (2006), Fearless (2008), Speak Now (2010), Red (2012), 1989 (2014), and 2017’s Reputation to offset the controversial $300 million deal between Scooter Braun and Huge Machine Label Group founder Scott Borchetta.
In addition to re-recording her masters, Swift also launched two new albums, Folklore and Evermore. She recently received album of the year for Folklore on the 63rd Grammy Awards, which made her the only female solo artist to have won that prime prize three times