Taylor Swift
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United States
2020

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Swift released her last three albums “Lover,” “Folklore” and “Evermore” within the span of a remarkable 16 months, and in between the hyped-up release for “Lover” and the latter two’s surprise 2020 drops was the much discussed Netflix documentary, “Miss Americana,” making Swift untouchable from 2019-20 — except maybe to Donald Trump supporters, who didn’t appreciate the tongue lashings she gave the president prior to his loss in the 2020 election. “Folklore” stayed at number one for six weeks, a recent record for a non-hip-hop release, and its rave reviews may signal another Grammys sweep akin to her two big wins in 2016 for “1989.” Growing more politically vocal, she approved the use of song “Only the Young” for a President-elect Joe Biden ad ahead of Election Day.

Career

  • Lover
  • Folklore
  • Evermore

Variety Honors

  • 2017 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2018 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2019 Variety500 Honoree
  • Hollywood's New Leaders
  • Music City Impact
  • Variety Power of Women
  • Women's Impact
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Taylor Swift's 'Evermore' Sells a Million Worldwide in First Week

Taylor Swift's 'Evermore' Sells a Million Worldwide in First Week

Taylor Swift's "Evermore" became the singer's third album in 16 months to sell a million copies globally in its first week, and the eighth straight studio release to sell that many in a week in her career, according to Republic Records.Only her debut album, "Taylor Swift," failed to sell a million worldwide in at least one given seven-day period; every release since 2008's "Fearless" has done so."Evermore" is certain to have a big second week, as well. That will be...

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