The singer and songwriter’s seventh album is a recalibration, playing to her old strengths while hinting at new paths forward.
The pop star’s 18-track, seventh studio album is out now, featuring the Dixie Chicks, St. Vincent and production by her go-to collaborator Jack Antonoff.
The singer and songwriter could gain control by creating new master recordings of material that has been sold. It’s a drastic but not unheard-of move.
David Liddle, 32, was charged with possession of the tools — lock picks, a crowbar and a baseball bat — in Rhode Island.
We finally get to see them along with James Corden and the newcomer Francesca Hayward as felines. What were they thinking.
The superstar complained that the powerful manager acquired her master recordings, setting off a debate that divided the industry.
Prince, Janet Jackson and Jay-Z all fought to control their master recordings. In a blog post about the sale of her former record label, Swift put her personal spin on the issue.
In a Tumblr post on Sunday, the singer called out the powerful music manager for his purchase of her back catalog.
Three writers discuss her “You Need to Calm Down” video, which is populated with L.G.B.T.Q. celebrities. Not everyone sees it as a celebration.