Taylor Swift is recording another album – and one that her fans know “All Too Well”.
After a public battle with a music performer Scooter Brown, which bought the masters for six of her 2019 albums, Swift revealed on Friday that she will be recording her fourth studio album “Red,” due out on November 19th.
“Red (Taylor’s Version)” will be the second album the singer-songwriter has recorded and dropped “Fearless (Taylor’s version)” in April.
“Musically and lyrically, Red was reminiscent of a broken person,” Swift wrote in a note along with her tweet. “Everything was everywhere, a fragmented mosaic of feelings that somehow eventually fit together. Happy, free, confused, lonely, destroyed, euphoric, wild and tormented by past memories.”
As a surprise bonus, Swift promised that the new version would feature every song intended for the original release, noting that “one of them is as long as ten minutes.”
“Sometimes you need to talk over and over (over and over and over again) to ever really be … over. As your friend calling you in the middle of the night still about his ex, I just couldn’t ‘I won’t stop writing,'” she wrote. “This will be the first time you’ve heard all 30 songs meant to go on the Order.”
“Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” gave fans 27 songs: All songs from the original and platinum edition, six previously unreleased songs from the vault and a bonus song.
In June 2019, Swift publicly condemned music tycoon Brown – who runs Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande and Swift’s former enemy, Kanye West – after paying $ 300 million for the acquisition of Swift’s former record label Big Machine Label Group, and productively master Swift’s music from her previous six albums.
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In response, she revealed her intention to record her first five albums – “Taylor Swift”, “Fearless”, “Speak Now”, “Red” and “1989” – while talking to Robin Roberts on “Good morning America” in August 2019.
“Yes, that’s true,” Swift said after Roberts asked her about her plans to re-record her music. “And that’s something I’m very excited about because my contract says that from November 2020, so next year I can record albums one to five again. I’m very excited about that.”
Contributions: Sara Moniuzsko, Hannah Yasharoff