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By Deepa Lakshmin
To all individuals who fantasizes about working away to launch a new existence in a cabin surrounded by towering bushes and babbling streams, Taylor Swift’s 2021 Grammys efficiency is for you. The 10-time Grammy winner — who has six more nods tonight (March 14), along side nominations for Album of the Year and Song of the Year — remodeled the stage at Los Angeles’s Staples Middle into an enchanted woodland fit for a princess who by no technique wants to be came upon.
Swift with out a doubt looked the piece as she sang “Cardigan,” the lead single off 2020’s Folklore, in a patch of moss on a cabin rooftop. It’d be very unlike Tay to remain there, needless to claim. She actual wrapped a busy year releasing two surprise albums and rerecording her old tune, so she needed to blow their very maintain horns about a more of the hits she’d labored so arduous on.
Enter coproducers Aaron Dressner and Jack Antonoff, who joined Swift for the the relaxation of the three-tune medley: Folklore’s “August” and Evermore’s “Willow.” Performing beneath heavenly lights, the trio looked straight out of Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Lessons. (OK, elegant, they were just a shrimp more dressed up this time spherical.)
So, whenever you happen to needed to eradicate, would you listen to Folklore or Evermore? This cozy Grammys efficiency proves it’s not most likely to take hold of one over the utterly different. The LPs meld together so nicely, it’s almost a disservice to not listen to them abet to abet. While you’re at it, presumably lift into myth revisiting Courageous and Divulge Now as nicely. It’s by no technique too early to earn mad for Tay’s new versions.
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