Taylor Swift was the unusual country-music star (and songwriter) who, a teenager herself, addressed her songs to the younger generation.
Taylor Swift (2006), containing the hits
Teardrops on My Guitar (a languid country ballad) and Picture to Burn (a rowdier honky-tonk number),
was her breakthrough;
Fearless (2008), containing the smooth, poppy Fifteen was the best-selling album of
The route to stardom continued with
Mean (an unusually lively ditty), off Speak Now (2010),
the danceable We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together and the hard-rocking (by her standards) I Knew You Were Trouble, off
She became recognizable for
the bubblegum dance-pop of the Max Martin creations:
Shake It Off and Blank Space, off 1989 (2014), and
Bad Blood (2015).
At the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards, Swift's You Belong With Me
was voted best video by a jury that obviously had seen very few music videos in their career.
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