Taylor Swift Music and Video on I Bet You Think About it
Taylor Swift music has shared the new music video for her song I Bet You Think About Me. The music video was written and directed by actress Blake Lively. The music video stars Whiplash actor Miles Teller. who saw Taylor Swift show up at an ex-boyfriend’s wedding. The video also features a cameo from Aaron Dessner of The National.
I Bet You Think About Me features the singer’s signature lyrics about a former lover, plus harmonies from country musician Chris Stapleton. I Bet You Think About Me is a song From the Vault that Taylor Swift had written in 2012 during sessions for her album Red. However, this song was never recorded before.
The music video for the song was released just days after the re-recording album Red (Taylor’s Version) was released. To note, this album is the latest in a series of re-recorded albums for the famous pop star. After this music video was released, she made history on Spotify as it managed to garner the largest number of first-day streams in history by a female musician.
The album is the latest in the pop star’s re-recording series, coming out on November 13, 2021, and featuring re-recordings of all original or re-recorded albums. This re-recording of the album also includes a number of rare songs from From The Vault.
According to Billboard, songs from Red (Taylor’s Version) have been played 90.8 million times in the first 24 hours since their release. The new record breaks the previous top spot also held by Swift, whose first album to print during the 2020 coronavirus pandemic, Folklore, played 80.6 million times in its first day.
Taylor Swift Music has remade her first six studio albums, including 2017’s Reputation, following controversial sales of her master in recent years. The pop-country star also released Fearless (Taylor’s Version) in April 2021, before sharing a re-recording of the single from his 1989 album Wildest Dreams in September 2021.
Reviewing the record, NME wrote: “(Album) Red (Taylor’s Version) largely follows in the footsteps of Fearless (Taylor’s Version), celebrating Swift’s past music without making major changes. This is not an exercise to rethink and revamp old songs, but to take back ownership of his own music.”
Not long ago, Taylor Swift also released a new short film that accompanies the 10-minute version of the album song All Too Well. The short film stars Sadie Sink from the Netflix series Stranger Things and Dylan O’Brien from the film Maze Runner. He performed an extended version of a fan-favorite song during the November 13 episode of the talk show Saturday Night Live as the short film played on screens behind him.
While the production of the music video was left to actress Blake Lively. Blake Lively is known for her roles in films such as The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants and Green Lantern. Blake Lively has also played Serena van der Woodsen in the TV series Gossip Girl. He was injured on the set of his final film The Rhythm Section, with production temporarily halted at the time. Earlier this year, it was announced that Blake Lively would be starring in the film Lady Killer as the main character, Josie Schuller.
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As is known, Taylor Swift Music is the owner of the real name Taylor Alison Swift. He was born on December 13, 1989, in West Reading, Pennsylvania, United States. Taylor Swift is known as an American singer-songwriter. Taylor Swift then moved to Nashville, Tennessee, at the age of 14 to pursue a career in country music. He signed a songwriting contract with Sony/ATV Music Publishing in 2004 and a recording contract with Big Machine Records in 2005 and released his debut studio album in 2006.
Throughout her music career, Taylor Swift has scored at least nine studio albums such as Taylor Swift Music (2006); Fearless (2008); Speak Now (2010); Red (2012); 1989 (2014); Reputation (2017); Lover (2019); Folklore (2020); and Evermore (2020). This 2021, as previously revealed, Taylor Swift re-recorded two previous albums into her own version, namely Fearless (Taylor’s Version) and Red (Taylor’s Version).