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- Song Name: Shake It Off
- Artist Name / Band Name: Taylor Swift
- Produced By: Shellback & Max Martin
- Album Name: 1989
- Release Date: August 18, 2014
- Genre: Dance, Music Video, Pop
- Record Label: Big Machine, Republic
- Written By: Shellback, Max Martin & Taylor Swift
- Performance: Peaked at No.
- Sampled In: N/A
- Cover By: N/A
- Remixed By: N/A
Taylor Swift – Shake It Off Review
If there’s anything this ‘Shake It Off’ by Taylor Swift review would emphasize, it would be that the biggest country star of this generation has the guts. On her fifth studio CD ‘1989,’ the popular music artist toes the line. She has managed to take the courage to come to her unexplored territories. And by the looks of it, she remains confident.
While only a few music artists would ever dare to reinvent their sound, It seems so easy for Swift. She is proving to everyone that she rightfully belongs among the pop queens of today. In an instant, it is hard to deny that the single sounds like a guaranteed chart topper. Being the carrier track of the new album, it also serves as a preview of what the CD contains.
Surely, some critics and sceptics would hit her for trying to veer away from her comfort zone. But Swift would certainly prove to them that she has the X factor to survive the reinvention. This single may also serve as an indication of how she could calmly handle criticism. Pop music welcomes Taylor Swift!