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Taylor Swift’s latest album, 1989, is one of the most-anticipated LPs of 2014. The singer exclusively sat down with Big Morning Buzz Live host Nick Lachey, dropping the details about how her album came together.
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Taylor Swift has done it again. Her latest song “Out of the Woods”, co-written by Bleachers’ Jack Antonoff, swept the Internet upon its release and fans could not be any more excited about her upcoming album 1989. Swift explains on her YouTube channel that the song embodies the intense feelings of excitement and anxiety that comes with a relationship with no clear title. These five amazing covers have perfected this hit in their own unique ways so press play and enjoy all of the talent that’s out there.
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We aren’t the only ones who think You Oughta Know amazing, up-and-coming artists. Taylor Swift thinks so too. Why else would she cover Vance Joy‘s “Riptide,” perform with Sam Smith and hang with Lorde? The real question remains: will she make an appearance at this year’s You Oughta Know Live in Concert to prove her devotion?