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Review: Taylor Swift Releases The Highly Anticipated New Album ‘Lover’!

The wait is finally over. Music sensation Taylor Swift has released her seventh studio album titled ‘Lover’!

If you are like me, then you have been not so patiently waiting for the release of Taylor’s brand new album, but after months of building up to this latest release, has it been worth the wait?

Taylor’s latest album features 18 tracks, including the hit records “ME!” (alongside Brendon Urie), “You Need To Calm Down”, & “Lover”, which were all released in the build-up for this highly anticipated album.

The album carries a strong pop vibe, with mixtures of rock, country, & R&B thrown in to create a highly memorable album that we shall be talking about for the foreseeable future.

Each song carries a different message from the last, & it doesn’t take a detective to figure out that each of these tracks represents an element of Taylor’s life so far.

The charismatic nature that features throughout this latest release showcases the creative musical style that we have come to love from this gifted artist over the years.

While listening to this latest release, you find yourself feeling lost within the story behind the album, which leads you to want to relisten to not only the songs themselves but the journey behind the album as well.

The final song “Daylight” is the perfect close to this album as it perfectly symbolises the journey that Taylor has undertaken from her previous album ‘Reputation’.

While we will all have our own personal favourites from this album, a number of mine include “Paper Rings”, “I Forgot That You Existed”, “The Man”, “ME!”, “You Need To Calm Down”, &, “I Think He Knows”.

So has this album been worth the wait? The answer to that is clearly a yes!

I believe that Taylor has showcased her creative musical talent by delivering 18 memorable tracks that all have the factors of creating an impact on the current music scene while staying true to her own unique musical style.

You can check out the full album on Spotify below.

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