Taylor Swift is an American singer, songwriter, record producer, music video director, actress, and businesswoman. Born on December 13, 1989, in Reading, Pennsylvania, United States.
|Net Worth:||$360 million (2019 estimate)|
|Born:||December 13, 1989|
|Country of Origin:||Reading, Pennsylvania, U.S.|
Music video director
Why is Taylor Swift Famous
Taylor Swift is a singer who grew to fame through country music. She then went onto pop music and dominated the charts. She’s got a massive fan base that she likes to connect with.
Her singing isn’t the only thing that made her a huge hit. It turns out she writes her own musical lyrics, a trait not all entertainers can add to their list these days.
Taylor Swift Brief History
Taylor Swift has been a music icon for both country music fans and pop fans. Her career started with country music, but the itch to cross over was strong.
She rocketed to success with her pop renditions and snagged fans from every corner of the globe.
The slender, tall singer also writes many of her songs, which is rare in this day and age. Many simply perform songs written by others, but Taylor’s emotions are always poured directly into her writing.
Watch out ex-boyfriends, you may find yourself mentioned. She signed her first record deal at the tender age of 15, after having signed with a music company the year before – the youngest artist ever signed to Sony Music.
People are as interested in gossiping about her personal life as they are happy to listen to her music. She’s been connected to a string of famous men, who may or may not have been mentioned in her many songs.
After playing a role in the movie CATS which was panned by critics, you’ll now find her on Netflix in the documentary “Miss Americana.” And don’t worry about a bad movie, her fans have her back.
In fact, an old dispute with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West (Remember when he interrupted her award acceptance speech?) resurfaced in a video clip.
In it, a groveling Kanye is asking Taylor to help promote him. Her fans were with her through thick and thin, so there was victory in having the truth brought to light.