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Find Out Why Taylor Swift New Song Sounds Like Victim Blaming

Music is a great way to relax and rejuvenate your mind after a hectic day at work. Some like to listen to music when all alone at home or while travelling, whereas, some like to watch musical shows on TV or live at a concert. There are several types of music being made these days. These include contemporary, hip hop, rock, and many more. Similarly, there are several types of singers who perform worldwide on different types of music. These singers either work in a group and form their own bands or work solo. When talking about musical bands, there are several popular ones such as Aerosmith, Metallica, and Guns N Roses. There are also popular singers who perform solo on stage such as Madonna, Lady Gaga, Frank Sinatra, and Michael Jackson.

One of the popular singers in the United States, named Taylor Swift, was recently seen at court, where she boastfully refused to accept the responsibility of another person’s rude and bad behavior. She had accused a radio host of groping her. After this incident, Swift released her upcoming album “Reputation”, which includes a song titled “Look What You Made Me Do”. It seems that the song is her way of blaming the victims of several tragic events which rocked United States in the recent past. Along with the victims of the school shootouts, it also seems to include the 12 year old girl, who was killed by her mother’s boyfriend.

It seems that the song “Look What You Made Me Do” is completely the opposite of what she seemed at the court. Apart from re-claiming agencies, it seems to surrender. It allows control to let go and also brushes off any type of responsibility. In other words, it seems to blame the victims of various tragic happenings.

About Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift, better known as Taylor Allison Swift, is one of the popular American singer and songwriter. Her songs seem to be a narrative about her personal life, which have witnessed widespread coverage by the media. Born on 13th December, 1989, Swift shifted to Nashville, Tennessee at the tender age of 14 in order to try her career in the music industry. Initially she signed with Big machine Records and later became the youngest artist signed by Sony/ATV Music Publishing House. In the year 2010, her album “Speak Now” won her 2 Grammy Awards in which she was the sole writer of her songs. Gradually she started tasting success and in the year 2012 her album “Red” produced 2 popular singles titled “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” and “I Knew You Were Trouble”.

There are many of you who love to listen to the songs sung by Taylor Swift and you can see her performance live when she was in Cleveland. However, it is also a good idea to have some knowledge about the past and present of your favorite artist. Although different musical artists have different styles, it is always a good idea to know more about them so that you can understand the inner meanings of their songs better.

Sublime with Rome, Blues Traveler is set to bring ’90s music nostalgia

The rock trio superstars Sublime with Rome is set to entertain thousands of their fans at the State Fair Grandstand in Illinois on Friday. During the ’90s nostalgia, Sublime with Rome will be promoting their recent album, “Sirens,” that includes songs such as “Wherever You Go”. On Aug. 18 at 7:30 p.m., the gates will open about one hour before the concert. Sublime will perform some of their best hits back in the ’90s. Sublime will start by their popular hits known as ‘Don’t Push’, ‘ Rivers of Babylon ‘ and “Pawn Shop” to open the concert. They will also perform their top hit record called “Caress Me Down” where they have collaborated with other popular artists in their new album.

During the concert, the band would love to rejuvenate their music by bringing fans back in the days when people used to enjoy blues-rock, folk rock, psychedelic rock band t-shirts, and soul. Surely, this a place that you do not want to miss if you want some fun!

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