Taylor Swift gives her fans a great gift

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Taylor Swift did not hesitate to be very generous with her fans by learning to be the most listened to artist on Spotify in 2023.

After a spectacular 2023, Taylor Swift has now established herself as the most listened to artist on Spotify. In total, more than 26.1 billion streams worldwide since January 1.

Uh ok, is it unreal?? I just wanted to say to everyone who listened to my music this year, all over the world, thank you. Being named Spotify’s Top Global Artist of 2023 is truly the best birthday/holiday gift you could have given me. We really had the MOST fun this year on tour and now this. You are serious ? », she asks herself on her Instagram account.

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The singer therefore did not hesitate to listen to her fans who had been sending her a request for quite some time: “So I was trying to think of a way to say thank you, and a lot of you asked me to put ‘You’re Losing Me (From The Vault)’ on stream…so here it is! You can finally listen ANYWHERE now », concludes the star.

Who are the lyrics to “You’re Losing Me (From The Vault)” aimed at?

“You’re Losing Me” is a moving ballad that details the painful end of a long romance. She sings that she’s like a “ phoenix who always rises from his ashes, repairing all his cuts “.

Fans directly assumed that the track was about the singer’s split from Joe Alwyn, her partner of six years. Their breakup made headlines last April.


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