The 31-year-old singer has finally finished re-recording her album "Fearless", which was originally released in 2008 and announced the details of her record on Good Morning America on February 11th. Keep reading to find out all the details.
Finally, and after being definitively separated from the Big Machine Records label, Taylor started re recording her first five albums of, in November 2020.
"Fearless" is finished, and it was announced by the artist on Thursday morning to Good Morning America.
The new old album will contain 26 tracks, 6 of them unreleased that were written by Swift between 2006 and 2008 and did not make it to the album due to marketing issues.
Also, at midnight on February 12th she will release the new version of her hit "Love Story" with a little twist.
In her GMA announcement, Taylor did not specify the release date of "Fearless (Taylor's Version)" but she did leave an Easter egg for fans in a social media post.
The letter the 31-year-old singer wrote to her fans contains a hidden message that reveals the release date of her re-recording.
April 9th is the day chosen for such an event and fans are eager to discover the new tracks on the album.
Apparently these are ballads and as always, they reflect the feelings of the artist and her personal experiences.
The legal battle Taylor Swift had with producer and manager Scooter Braun for the rights of her masters finally had a happy ending for her,
who is now in possession of her voice and original songs, thanks to the deal Swift signed withRepublic Records and Universal Music Group, in 2018.
While we wait for the new version of "Love Story" let's remember the original below.