Taylor Swift spent her 2020 dropping two amazing albums and then in 2021 she has already released one of her recorded albums. Together Red (Taylor’s Version) Set to come out this November, fans will be expecting a single from that album. However, he received a single for “Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version)”. 1989 Instead, and they can thank TikTok of all places for it. And he may have cracked the app for a hot second in all of this.
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If you’ve spent time on TikTok over the past few weeks, you might have noticed that Swift’s popular song “Wildest Dreams” has become a part of a trend on the viral video app.
In the trend, users use her lyrics and the new effect called “Slow Zoom”. The trend is the “main character trend” where the effect on the user and the use of the song makes them feel and look like the “main character”. The first part of the video is slightly out of focus or close. And then in the second half of the video, when the lyrics go, “You see me, cuddled up with you all night, burn it down…” The user puts on that effect and wraps up his stuff.
The original sound used on this trend, from which the earlier version of the song was used. 1989 And was from a user other than Taylor Swift, she had over 675k videos. This is a mega-viral trend.
Well, it caught Swift’s attention. So much so that he released a re-recording of “Wildest Dreams” even before the date was announced. 1989 (Taylor’s version).
“Hello! Saw you guys trending wildest dreams on TikTok, thought you must have my version,” she said. tweeted With a link to the song on September 17th.
The singer herself took part in the trend
But it’s not just Taylor Swift’s Twitter that got this song. Swift also posted her new version of the song to TikTokers to trend.
“Someone said slow zoom makes you look like the main character, I said make it Taylor’s version pls #wildestdreamstaylorsversion #swifttok #slowzoom,” she said in the video of just a music file for “Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version)” Written in the caption of
Now fans can use Swift’s more mature voice and version from her own label for the trend when they’re pretending to be the main character or when they’re making another appropriate video to correlate with the sound.
And she didn’t stop there. TIC Toc A brand new platform for Swift is; She made her first video on 23rd August and she already has a good grasp on things. So she used her new sound of “Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version)” to recreate the trend.
“Burnin’ it down #wildestdreamstaylorsversion #slowzoomeffect #swifttok,” she captioned it.
She continued the humor and touched on the song’s release Red (Taylor’s Version) With caption on the video. “You scheduled a date with Red in November but then someone mentioned 1989,” she wrote. There is a glitch in the video and fans were quick to notice it.
One user wrote, “The glitch is an easter egg or Tik Tok is not working.”
Another commented, “Wait mess like bad blood it’s an easter egg.”
But, it doesn’t seem intentional; Sometimes high quality videos are uploaded on tiktok and glitch. But of course fans noticed it in the comments. Then again, with Swift? Who knows.
The re-recorded version of ‘1989’ doesn’t even have a release date; ‘red’ is next
Again, this song is off her 2014 album. 1989, And Swift has yet to release a date as to when that album is due out.
Swift’s next re-recorded album is Red (Taylor’s Version), is set to release on November 19. It was their fourth studio album at the time of their first release and was characterized by its raw spirit and “All Too Well,” “I Know You’re in Trouble,” and “We’re Never Getting Back Together.”
“Us: What era are we in? Taylor: Yes,” wrote one commenter.
And it’s true. Like Swift’s TikTok Joke, She Totally Missed Red For a hot minute to capitalize on the virginity of this trend. And no complaints from fans.
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