Swifties, rejoice! Your wildest dreams come true.
Taylor Swift surprisingly released “Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version)”, giving fans an unexpected comeback journey. 1989 age. He released the single on Friday, September 17, the last of his re-records of his old music.
Of course, Twitter exploded with #WildestDreamsTaylorsVersion being #1 on Trends.
Apparently, we have to thank TikTok for the surprise drop. In the app, Swifties and non-Swfities use Slow Zoom set to the old version of “Wildest Dreams” and live out their main character fantasies. It turns out that Swift noticed and took to Twitter and Instagram Story to spread the good news.
Swift also said, “You set a date in November. Red but then someone mentions 1989.” So it now has the Slow Zoom effect.
Plus, we now have instructions from the queen herself: start using her version to trend.
Taylor Swift had already broken the internet when she joined TikTok in August, and now the mix of her periods is just too much. We still have the Taylor Version of the 2012 album. Red I’m looking forward to November 19th! Let’s breathe!
ICYMI is re-registering Swift.beloved after Scooter Braun bought the rights to his first six albums and sold them to an investment company.
“It’s embarrassing to know that I can no longer help grow the future of these past businesses, and it deeply saddens me to be separated from the music I’ve created for over a decade, but it’s a sacrifice I have to make. To keep Scooter Braun out of my life,” he wrote in an October letter after he sold his music.