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New Song: Taylor Swift – “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”

August 16, 2012
Taylor's single artwork

Taylor’s single artwork

Country titan has returned with a brand new Max Martin/Shellback produced single from her upcoming forth album,‘Red’. The song is catchy, cheesy and definitely enjoyable. It consists of cute guitar rifts and it has an acoustic feel to it, which makes it unique and outstanding.

Taylor Swift is one of the few artists who actually shows growth and maturity in her artistry. She just keeps getting better and better with each era. The song is currently #1 on iTunes chart across numerous countries including the US, Canada, Singapore, and Malaysia to name a few. If you thought that is enough, then you’re in for a shock. The song is the fastest selling digital single, beating Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way”. In addition to that, just two days upon its release, it debuted at #72 on the Billboard Hot 100 based on airplay alone and it is likely that the song will move 500 000 digital units by next week, pushing it atop of the chart. If it does, the song will CLOCK the largest debut for a digital song by a female artist in history. How amazing is this?

Taylor has had longevity in all her efforts, but her most astonishing feat is that, she is a monstrous album seller. With ‘Fearless’ and ‘Speak Now’ moving 592 000 and 1 047 000 copies in their first week respectively, her fans clearly don’t play, that’s for sure. ‘We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together’ serves as her lead single from her forth coming album,“Red” out 22nd October.

You can stream the song on Taylor’s VEVO account here.

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2 Comments
  1. Not my cup of tea :/

    I’ve never paid that much attention to Country music.

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