Home Arts-Music A guilty pleasure worth losing your voice over

A guilty pleasure worth losing your voice over

by The 100 Companies

Thirteen years ago — Nov. 11, 2008 to be exact — the world changed forever (at the very least my world) with the release of Taylor Swift’s second studio album, “Fearless.” Fast forward to two weeks ago when Swift re-released that album, this time dubbed “Taylor’s Version.”

This release stems from her promise to re-record her first six albums after those masters were sold to manager Scooter Braun’s company. So, what’s the point of releasing old songs? Besides the fact that Swift now owns them completely, she also added six never-before-heard tracks from the vault.

Trust me, it is worth a listen.

MaryGrace Williams, The Atlanta 100

You may also like

Leave a Comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

The Oklahoma 100