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Taylor Swift Has Proven She's A Force To Be Reckoned With

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By Aja

Like all people, artists go through different phases in their lives. While their music changes so do their personal lives. Justin Bieber, Demi Lovato, and Selena Gomez are artists who've grown from their trauma through song. Now Taylor Swift is among those singers who've endured issues throughout their career and personal life. The once 'America's Sweetheart' singer has become more self-aware. Swift's new album Lover definitely shows off the singer's growth in the last few years. Honestly, it's about time!

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Swift's "Nice Girl" Image Diminishes

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Recently, Taylor Swift has become more vocal on her views of the world and politics. She is finally breaking her silence. Her documentary on Netflix Miss Americana provided some very eye opening moments about the singer's life. Swift stated once that she felt silenced in a world so dominated by male executives, producers and singers. Everyone tried to force her to fit the 'nice, quiet girl' image who didn't have opinions. That all changed when Taylor Swift came out with her Netflix documentary. She soon turned into the girl with a lot to say.

The Man Is Her Feminist Anthem

Taylor Swift performs "The Man" for the first time live
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Taylor Swift's documentary reveals some pretty traumatic points in the singer's life. She suffered from a mild food disorder, faced harassment and even was bullied by male managers. In Swift's new track The Man however, the singer takes a stand against all of those adversities. Swift discusses the backlash females face when in a position of power. Men who act as authority figures, however, are praised in society. Swift boldly repeats the phrase during the live performance "Then I'd be the man." The song holds a powerful message that not only resonates with the changing shift in attitudes toward women but also with Swifts own personal growth. The track is definitely a girl-power ballad.

She Dominates The Music Industry & Fanbase

Taylor Swift's Reputation Album
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There are artists who succeed at just about everything they do, whether they can sing, dance or act, they can do it all. Surprisingly enough Swift's only attempt at breaking into the acting business has been the 2019 film Cats. The film flunked which no one blames Swift for at all. Her singing was great, in fact, it was amazing. Fans agree that Swift's music is transcendent but also annoyingly catchy. Those two combos alone are what makes Swift one of the greatest singers of all time. Swift has a total of 18 No. #1 hits, more than any other artist in the business. Yes, she is The Man.

"The Man" Wasn't Taylor Swift's Only Girl Power Ballad

Taylor Swift with her co-stars from music video "Bad Blood"
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Though her new single The Man sends quite the message to the male population, this wasn't the first time Swift made a girl-power ballad. In 2014, Taylor Swift spent days teasing for a new video she planned to release off her 1989 album called Bad Blood. The vevo video promised a slew of cameos from big-name stars like Zendaya, Hailey Steinfeld, Cara Delevingne , and Jessica Alba. Each star got their own promotional posters and fictionalized names. When the video came out, fans were left in awe by the epic fight scenes and strong female leads. The overall aesthetic of the video was empowering to women everywhere.

Taking Home All The Awards

Taylor Swift at the 2020 NME Awards
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When it comes to winning awards, that's just what Taylor Swift does best. Last weekend many celeb couples celebrated Valentines Day but the Calm Down singer was too busy planning her night out at the 2020 NME Awards in London. The singer took home the Best Solo Act In The World Award that night. Swift later posted on her Instagram account a Thank You note to the awards show for her win. It's great that the singer took time out of her busy schedule to stop by the awards show, especially when she missed out on her first big win back in 2016. The singer definitely made up for lost time.

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