Taylor Swift fulfills her fans’ dream and releases ‘You’re Losing Me’ to all platforms

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There is no challenge that Taylor Swift can resist: after experiencing what has undoubtedly been the best year of her career (with the start of The Eras Tour and its arrival in movie theaters, the release of their versions of Speak Now and 1989 either the rebirth of Cruel Summer as a single four years after its release), the American closes a great year by being crowned Spotify’s number 1 artist in 2023.

More than 26 billion listeners this year on the platform have made this triumph possible, which The singer wanted to thank her fans with a great gift: the launch of You’re Losing Me on all platforms. The song, which is part of their album Midnights, until now it was only available for listening on some special editions of their vinyl (except for fans who, at the time, shared their audio through YouTube and social networks). Now, it is yours so that it can be part of the annual summary for next 2024.

“Um, okay. Is this true? I just wanted to say to anyone who has heard my music this year, anywhere in the world, thank you. Being named Spotify’s Top Global Artist is truly the best birthday/Christmas gift you could give me.. We truly have had the MOST FUN year out there with the tour and now this. Are you kidding? So I was thinking of a way to thank you, and many of you had asked me to put You’re Losing Me (From The Vault) streaming… So here you go. You can hear it ALL OVER THE WORLD now 💋 “the singer wrote through her profile. The song, which seems to introduce us to the last moments of her relationship with actor Joe Alwyn, is now available to break our hearts into a thousand pieces.

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In addition, globally it has placed two albums as the most listened to on the platform in 2023: Midnights (which occupies second place after A summer without you by Bad Bunny) and loversreaching seventh place thanks to the success of Cruel Summer and the listening derived from the tour with which he has toured 66 dates (13 of them international) in 24 cities and 4 different countries. A tour that, on the other hand, will resume next year with its arrival in Tokyo from February 7 to 10.

For now, Taylor has her well-deserved rest and we have one more song to include in the soundtrack of our lives. Everyone happy.


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