NEW ALBUM: TAYLOR SWIFT | RED (TAYLOR'S VERSION): COULD BE THE ONE CHAPTER - EP
Taylor Swift released the highly anticipated album "Red (Taylor's Version)" on Nov. 12, and she did not disappoint. Now she has released a six-track EP titled "Could Be The One Chapter" that includes "Message In A Bottle" from the vault, "State Of Grace," "Treacherous," "Everything Has Changed," "Starlight," and "Begin Again." Swift’s 2012 album, “Red,” was the ultimate autumn soundtrack that intricately tells the story of a 22-year-old Swift grieving one of her first loves and finding her way through all the magic and misery of being in her early twenties. “Red” was Swift’s first album to break into the full-blown pop genre with its singles, but she still kept in touch with her country roots on the album’s deep cuts. In 2019, the master recordings of Swift’s first six albums were sold by her former record label’s president Scott Borchetta without her permission to music manager Scooter Braun, despite her protests and requests to have the opportunity to purchase the songs she wrote. This prompted her to begin re-recording these albums earlier this year with the re-release of "Fearless," her sophomore album from 2008, in April. "Red (Taylor's Version)" broke several streaming records upon release. It became the most-streamed album in a day from a female artist on Spotify, with more than 90.8 million global opening-day streams, surpassing the previous record of 80.6 million by Swift's 2020 "Folklore." The album moved over 1.2 million copies globally in its first week.