Taylor Swift has been at the top of the charts for over ten years. She is known for having numerous successful singles, such as "You Belong With Me", "I Knew You Were Trouble", "Shake It Off", Blank Space, "" Bad Blood "and" Lover ".
While many people love Swift's music, not many people know the songs she likes. In fact, like everyone else, Swift also has songs by other artists that are meaningful to her.
Taylor Swift is known for her composing skills
Swift is a pop singer, although she is different from many of her colleagues as she writes most of her music. When Swift became famous in the mid-2000s, he earned many fans for his songs that tell stories about his life. At the time it was a teenager, so Swift's music was full of lyrics about young love, heartbreak and other things that teenage girls could relate to.
Over the years, his songs have matured as he grew, although Swift's albums continue to provide fans with access to his thoughts and emotions as he goes through life. In addition to writing songs, Swift also plays some instruments. The guitar is what it is mainly known for since it has been seen playing often in music videos and on stage. However, it can also play the banjo, the ukulele and the piano.
Taylor Swift started playing guitar at 12 years old
Swift's first instrument was the guitar, which he started learning to play when he was 12 years old. The person who taught her was computer technology.
Swift shared on a 2009 promotional DVD: "When I was about 12, this magical turn of fate (happened). I was doing my homework (when the technology adjusting my computer) looked at me and saw the guitar in the corner. And he said, "Do you play the guitar?", I said, "Oh. No. I tried, but … he said," Do you want me to teach you some chords? "And I said," Uh, yes. & # 39; "
The technician – a man named Ronnie Cremer – told the New York Daily News that he came to Swift's house twice a week to teach her how to play guitar and write songs. He was paid $ 32 now by his parents.
"In all honesty, I thought she was a good student," Cremer shared. "I said:" Here is your choir. Here is your verse. Move these and watch what you have. You can write a verse, a chorus and then you have a song. "This just clicked on them and made sense."
The first song that Taylor Swift learned on the guitar
Swift revealed that country artists such as Shania Twain and Faith Hill were inspired to learn the guitar. However, the first song he learned to play on the instrument was not really a Twain song or a Hill song. It wasn't even really country.
During an interview with Vogue in 2016, in addition to Name That Song Challenge with Jimmy Kimmel, Swift shared that the first song he learned on the guitar was the 1998 hit "Kiss Me" by Sixpence None the Richer.
Taylor Swift's favorite song in the complex
When it comes to the song that Swift generally likes, it's something fans might not expect. She's a fan of many genres, and during the Challenge Name That Song, Swift revealed that Nelly's 2002 hit "Hot In Herre" is her favorite song.
In 2015, Swift also had the chance to perform on stage with Nelly himself. During a show in St. Louis, she was joined on stage by fellow singer Haim and legendary Nelly. Swift and Haim created their dance for "Hot In Herre" while Nelly performed her famous fan single.