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Taylor Swift tops Twitter trending list in run-up to Nov. release of re-recorded ‘Red’

06:45 PM June 19, 2021

Multiple hashtags associated with American singer Taylor Swift topped Twitter’s trending list today, with #redtaylorsversion peaking at No. 1.

Swift had earlier announced that the next re-recorded album to be released is her 2012 chart-topping album “Red.”

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This follows her recent re-recorded release “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” back in April, in line with the singer’s six-album endeavor to re-record all her albums in the past.

“This will be the first time you hear all the 30 songs that were meant to go on Red,” Swift wrote in a note to her fans. “And hey, one of them is even 10 minutes long.”

With the announcement, Swift ended fans’ earlier speculations that the next re-recorded album Swift would be releasing is her 2014 blockbuster “1989.”

Nevertheless, fans took to social media to celebrate the upcoming release of “Red (Taylor’s Version)” this coming Nov. 19.

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In 2019, Swift announced plans to re-record her first six studio albums after Scooter Braun acquired her master recordings. She began re-recording her albums in November last year–one month before releasing her latest studio album “Evermore.”  /ra

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