Taylor Swift is preparing to release her re-recorded version of 2010’s Speak Now within the next “few months”.
- She will be releasing a re-recorded version of Speak Now in the next “couple of months”.
- The star first released the chart-topping song in 2010
- She has previously released Fearless (Taylor’s version) and Red (Taylor’s version).
- And “quietly” re-recorded her third and fourth studio album
Taylor Swift will reportedly be releasing a re-recorded version of Speak Now in the next “couple of months.”
The 33-year-old pop star originally released the chart-topping album in 2010, but recently re-issued her previous albums after a falling out with her old label, Big Machine Records.
She has previously released Fearless (Taylor’s version) and Red (Taylor’s version) and has been re-recording her third and fourth studio albums “leise” in preparation for her upcoming world tour.
Taylor’s Version: Taylor will be releasing the re-recorded version of her 2010 album Speak Now over the next few months
Shining star: The anti-hero singer has already released two re-recordings of her previous albums Fearless and Red since falling out with her old label Big Machine Records; seen accepting the award for Favorite Pop Album at the American Music Awards in November
A source told The Sun newspaper’s ‘Bizarre’ column: “Speak Now looks set to be the next album in the ‘Taylor’s Version’ series.
“Taylor was quietly in the studio working on the remake of Speak Now and 1989. All the details are still being finalized, but Speak Now (Taylor’s version) should be out in the next few months before embarking on her Eras world tour.”
The insider added that the Shake It Off singer is “super focused” on her work and devoted to her fans, noting that she hasn’t taken a break to enjoy the success of her tenth studio album, Midnights, which was released was released to commercial and critical acclaim in October 2022.
Golden Goddess: A source mentioned that Taylor was in the studio working on the re-recordings for Speak Now and 1989; seen at the 2022 AMAs
Pop queen: The blonde reportedly didn’t take a well-deserved break after the release of her new album ‘Midnights’ and instead worked ’round the clock’ for her fans; seen at the 2022 Nashville Songwriter Awards in September
The source added, “Many other artists would have paused to enjoy the success she’s seen with Midnights, but Taylor is super focused and works 24/7 for her fans.”
“Midnights” has already made history, selling six million copies in just two months and becoming the first album in 35 years to outsell vinyl.
It also dominated the Billboard Hot 100 chart, with all of the top 10 spots filled with songs from the album.
Keeping busy: The part-time actress also released two new back-to-back albums in 2020 titled Folklore and Evermore; Seen in 2014 as a promo for their 1989 album
The track, titled Anti-Hero, earned Taylor her ninth number one song in the US and topped the charts in 14 other countries.
In 2020, the You Belong With Me singer released back-to-back albums titled Folklore and Evermore in July and December.
The blonde beauty released Folklore in July with no promotion surrounding the album. Instead, she shared a post on social media the day before the album’s release.
She used the same tactic for the release of Evermore just four months later, declaring it to be Folklore’s “sister album”. The social media post was shared a day before the album’s release.
Last month it was claimed that the Eras Stadium Tour, which is set to take place globally from March to August, will rake in a whopping $591 million in ticket sales in the US alone.
According to Billboard, the pop megastar’s 2023 outing will make her the highest-grossing tour of all time.