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Taylor Swift attends the "All Too Well" New York premiere on Nov. 12, 2021. Swift responded to a copyright lawsuit about her 2014 hit "Shake It Off" this week. Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images hide caption

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Taylor Swift, pictured in 2021, is the inspiration for the name of the newly described Twisted-Claw Millipede, Nannaria swiftae. Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images; Dr. Derek Hennen/Pensoft Publishers hide caption

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In "Side Street," a promotional video for his new album Call Me If You Get Lost, Tyler, The Creator plays out a fantasy version of a narrative that appears on the album's climactic song, "Wilshire," in which he engages in a deep but doomed emotional affair with the girlfriend of one of his friends. Courtesy of the artist/Screen shot from YouTube hide caption

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Taylor Swift, onstage during the Fearless Tour at Madison Square Garden on Aug. 27, 2009 in New York. Swift released a re-recorded version of her 2008 album Fearless on April 9, 2021. Jason Kempin/Getty Images hide caption

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Fans Will Almost Certainly Recognize Taylor Swift's New Single

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Taylor Swift has kept busy during quarantine with two new albums under her belt; today, the artist announces a return to her beginnings, with a new remake of her album Fearless. Beth Garrabrant/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Taylor Swift's latest album, Evermore, features collaborations with HAIM, Marcus Mumford, and The National. Beth Garrabrant/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Top row, left to right: Madeline Kenney, Christian Sands, Gabriel Garzon Montano; Bottom row, left to right: Taylor Swift, Maria Schneider, Nubya Garcia Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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NPR Music's No. 1 Albums And Songs Of July

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