History Today: Taylor Swift Released Her Fifth Studio Album, ‘1989’
October 27 marks the 6th year anniversary of Taylor Swift’s fifth studio album, “1989.”
Inspired by 1980s synth-pop to create a record that shifted her sound and image from country-oriented to mainstream pop, Swift enlisted Max Martin as co-executive producer and named the album after her birth year.
“1989” which was supported by 7 singles, including three US Billboard Hot 100 number ones — “Shake It Off”, “Blank Space”, and “Bad Blood” —expresses lighthearted perspectives towards failed romance and departing from her previous antagonistic attitude.
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