On Friday, Taylor Swift was seen leaving Electric Lady Studios in New York alongside model Cara Delevingne after announcing her next re-release album. The 33-year-old singer looked stunning in a grey pleated mini skirt paired with a fashionable one-shouldered bodysuit and knee-high leather boots. Her recent appearances at the studio have been in connection with her latest “Taylor’s Version” re-record, which will feature her 2014 chart-topping album, 1989. As always, Taylor completed her look with her signature red lipstick. Cara, on the other hand, donned a semi-sheer black blouse with a fur-trimmed collar and jeans to complete her stylish attire.
The pop sensation, Taylor Swift, 33, showcased her long legs as she left the Electric Lady Studio in New York on Friday with her friend Cara Delevingne. This came just after the announcement of her upcoming re-release album.
The famous Greenwich Village recording studio, commissioned by Jimi Hendrix in 1968, saw the likes of model Cara and singer Sabrina Carpenter accompanying Paramore front-woman, Hayley Williams, as they left. Taylor Swift has recorded several albums there, including her most recent, Fearless (Taylor’s Version), which also features previously unreleased tracks. Her upcoming re-release of her 2014 album, 1989, is set to include five new tracks and has been described by Taylor as her “most FAVORITE re-record.” During a recent Los Angeles gig, she announced the album’s arrival in October to huge excitement from the crowd. It seems her collaboration with Hayley Williams earlier this year on Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) could hint at more new music from the duo.
While on the job, the vocalist donned a stylish one-shouldered bodysuit alongside a pleated mini skirt in a shade of grey. Completing the outfit were a set of knee-high leather boots.
It’s quite thrilling to hear that she’s been seen hanging out at the studio for the past few days. Even more exciting is the announcement that Taylor Swift will be re-recording her 2014 chart-topper, 1989, as part of her ongoing ‘Taylor’s Version’ project.
Radiant: Hayley Williams, the lead singer of Paramore, was seen leaving the recording studio with a beaming smile on her face, accompanied by two individuals.
Hayley and Taylor teamed up for the re-release of Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) and worked together on the song Castles Crumbling, which had not been released before. Their recent appearance suggests that they might be working on a new track as well.
Sabrina Carpenter, aged 24, joined the recording session to contribute to the collaboration.
Wow, the performer appeared absolutely gorgeous wearing a top without any straps and paired it with a pleated skirt that featured plaid patterns.
Cara added a touch of chic to her outfit by wearing a felt fedora hat. Taylor shared on Instagram her excitement about the surprise release of 1989 Taylor’s Version on October 27th, stating how the album changed her life in countless ways. Fans have been speculating about the possibility of a Taylor’s Version of 1989 for weeks, with the singer dropping hints during her current tour. SoFi stadium posted suggestive photos prior to her LA gigs, hinting at the upcoming release. Taylor has been re-recording her earlier albums due to a dispute with her former record label, Big Machine Records. Fearless (Taylor’s Version) and Red (Taylor’s Version) have already been released, with Speak Now set to come out in July.
Guess what? Taylor Swift just dropped a bombshell during her recent performance in Los Angeles. She disclosed that her next album to be re-released will be none other than the iconic 1989. The re-record is expected to hit the shelves in October and will include five brand new tracks that fans are sure to love.
Taylor Swift has recently revealed the album cover of her new collection, expressing her excitement for it on Instagram. She stated that this was her most favorite re-record ever because the five of the tracks from the vault are genuinely impressive. In 2019, Taylor disclosed on Tumblr how Scooter Braun, known as a “bully,” obtained the record label she was previously signed to – Big Machine Records. Her former label was acquired by Ithaca Holdings LLC for an estimated $300 million, which included the master recordings of all her six albums and her entire musical legacy. Taylor Swift further revealed that she was never given the chance to purchase her own masters, and Scott Borchetta, the CEO of Big Machine Label Group, bullied her for many years.