Taylor Swift attends the iHeart Radio Music Festival

Taylor Swift attended the 2014 iHeart Radio Music Festival at MGM Grand Garden Arena on September 19, 2014 in Las Vegas. Taylor won a platinum plaque for ‘Shake It Off’ at the press room! Stay tuned on this post because we will be updating with photos and videos during the night! Check out the photos in our gallery!

Taylor performed We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together, 22, I Knew You Were Trouble, Love Story and Shake It Off. You can watch the video of the performance below!

Public Appearances > 2014 > September 19 – iHeart Radio Music Festival – Press Room

September 19, 2014   0 Comments

Candids: Leaving a restaurant in Beverly Hills, California

Taylor was seen today leaving a restaurant with her friend Karlie Kloss in Beverly Hills, California. Check out the high quality pictures in our gallery!

Candids > Candids From 2014 > September 17 – Leaving a restaurant in Beverly Hills, California

September 17, 2014   0 Comments

Wonderland Magazine – New Outtakes

We have added to our gallery 3 new amazing outtakes from Wonderland Magazine. Taylor did this photoshoot back in 2013. Check out the high quality pictures below!

Photoshoots > Photoshoots from 2013 > Wonderland

September 17, 2014   0 Comments

“Shake It Off” Outtakes Video #4 – The Animators

Taylor Swift released the fourth behind the scenes video of her newest music video “Shake it Off”. We have added screen captures of the video in our gallery. You can watch the video below!

Music > Albums > 1989 > Music Videos > Shake It Off > Outtakes #4 – The Animators – Screen Captures

September 17, 2014   0 Comments

Candids: Leaving her apartment in New York City

Taylor was seen leaving her apartment today in New York City with her cat Olivia Benson! You can check out these cute pictures in our gallery!

Candids > Candids From 2014 > September 16 – Leaving her apartment in New York City

September 16, 2014   0 Comments

Taylor Swift Reveals Five Things to Expect on ‘1989’

Rolling Stone just posted another article with a sneak peek inside Taylor’s new album ‘1989’. Read it below!

RollingStone.com – Taylor Swift’s fifth LP, 1989, was influenced by some of the 24-year-old star’s beloved acts from the Eighties, from Phil Collins to Annie Lennox to Madonna. This time, she set out to make “blatant pop music,” she tells us in our new cover story. Here’s five more things she told us to expect on her studio record, out October 27th:

1. A New York state of mind
The leadoff track on 1989 tries to capture the excitement of someone who just moved to New York, as Swift did earlier this year. “I was so intimidated by this city for so long,” she says. “It’s so big, with so many people. I thought I would never be able to make it here, because I wasn’t something enough — bold enough, brave enough to take on this huge city in all of its blaring honesty. And then at a certain point I just thought, ‘I’m ready.’

2. Lots of Max Martin
The Swedish pop giant, with help from his protege Shellback, produced almost half the songs on 1989, and is also, along with Swift, the executive producer of the album as a whole. Swift has worked with him before, on 2012’s Red, but he plays a much bigger role this time around. “I used to talk about Max Martin like he was this sorcerer who lived in a castle on a hill,” says Swift. “And then one time Scott [Borchetta, the head of her label] said to me, ‘You know…you can work with him if you want to.’ I was like, What?!

3. A Fine Young Cannibals vibe
Swift’s pal Jack Antonoff, who co-wrote and co-produced two songs on her album, says he and Swift shared a serious bonding moment over the Eighties pop group that had their biggest hit in 1989. “The moment when we shifted from friendship into working together was when we were talking about the snare drum on Fine Young Cannibals’ ‘She Drives Me Crazy,’” Antonoff says. “Taylor brought it up first, and I was like, ‘Holy shit, you’re not going to believe this: I just sampled that snare in a track.’ I played her one second of it on my iPhone, and she was like, ‘Send me that track.’ That became a song called ‘I Wish You Would.’” “I really think ‘She Drives Me Crazy’ could be on the radio now,” says Swift. “It’s that timeless.”

4. Some classic T-Swift journaling
One song was taken straight from the pages of Swift’s journal, and another, “Out of the Woods,” sounds like it could have been. “The thing I love about that song,” says Antonoff, who co-wrote it, “is parts of it reads like a diary, and parts of it read like something 100,000 people should be screaming all together. It’s got these very big lines that everybody can relate to, which are given weight by her being really honest about personal things.

5. A spirit of discovery
Maybe the biggest influence that 1989 had on 1989 was what Swift, who was born that year, describes as a feeling of freedom. “It was a very experimental time in pop music,” she says. “People realized songs didn’t have to be this standard drums-guitar-bass-whatever. We can make a song with synths and a drum pad. We can do group vocals the entire song. We can do so many different things. And I think what you saw happening with music was also happening in our culture, where people were just wearing whatever crazy colors they wanted to, because why not? There just seemed to be this energy about endless opportunities, endless possibilities, endless ways you could live your life. And so with this record, I thought, ‘There are no rules to this. I don’t need to use the same musicians I’ve used, or the same band, or the same producers, or the same formula. I can make whatever record I want.’

September 16, 2014   0 Comments