#FBF Evolution of Taylor Swift’s Music Videos
Happy Reputation Day, ya’ll! After months of teasing and a few single releases, you can finally call the latest Taylor Swift album your own. If you’re all about that streaming music life, you’re going to have to pull out your credit card and download that bad boy on iTunes or actually hit a retail store like Target to get a copy. I know, I know… but shove your complaints and “WTFs” in a basket and fork over the dough because you know you’re curious as hell. While your ears wait for what’s hopefully another round of hits, let’s take a moment to reflect on how TSwift has evolved over the years. For today’s #FBF, we’ll revisit some of her finest music videos from album’s past. Enjoy!
“Teardrops on My Guitar” from her debut self-titled album was full country!
“Love Story” was her break-out hit off the Fearless album and just a full-blown fairy tale vibe.
Taylor visualized her future man and little babies in “Mine” off the Speak Now album.
Taylor’s final country album gave us the crossover hit “We are Never Ever Getting Back Together.”
After Red, Taylor stopped towing the pop-country line and went full pop insanity with 1989 and its debut single “Shake it Off.”
And last, but certainly not least… Reputation kicked off with this wild video for “Look What You Made Me Do.” The old Taylor is dead!