Taylor Swift (31) will present a reissue of her fourth album Red from 2012 this year. The new version is the second in a series of reissues that she is releasing under her own name and will hit stores on November 19.
“This will be the first time you ‘ll hear all thirty songs meant for Red . And hey, one of them is even ten minutes long,” Taylor announced on social media on Friday.
The American singer has decided to re-record and re-release her first six albums after a falling out with her old label and former manager Scooter Braun. The manager had bought and then sold the rights to Taylor’s music without consultation. Taylor was not happy with that because she says she was not offered to buy her music. She also says that Scooter forbade her to play old songs live, something he has always denied.
In April, the first reissue, Fearless, was released . It contained six previously unreleased songs. The album was again a success and again reached the top of the charts in many countries worldwide.
Fans have been speculating a lot about which album to come next, and they’re mainly putting their money on 1989 from 2014. However, it’s going to be Red , the original of which came out in October 2012. More than 7.5 million copies of the album have been sold worldwide.
On Red are hits like “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” “I Knew You Were Trouble ‘,’ 22 ‘and’ Everything Has Changed with Ed Sheeran.
The next album that I’ll be releasing is my version of Red, which will be out on November 19. This will be the first time you hear all 30 songs that were meant to go on Red. And hey, one of them is even ten minutes long🧣 https://t.co/FOBLS5aHpS pic.twitter.com/6zWa64Owgp— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) June 18, 2021