If Taylor Swift is going to be doing anything, it’s following her fans on social media. Maybe that’s how she found out that her song “Wildest Dreams” is currently part of the massive trend on TikTok. Because of this, she released “Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version)” without warning and even created her own TikTok to match the trend. What some believed was just a glitch in her video, however, may actually be a sign of the fact that Swift may drop not one, but two albums by the end of the year.
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On September 17, Swift tweeted Outside, “Hi! Saw you guys trending wildest dreams on TikTok, thought you must have my version. And so on,” she re-recorded version of one of her 2014 singles, “Wildest Dreams”. left 1989.
The trend she’s talking about includes a brand new “slow zoom” effect on TikTok as well. Put sound and effects together, and the user should feel like a “main character”. Other TikTokers also use this sound to create a funny video, in which the first half of the video includes a catchy scene or character from a movie or TV show, and then the second half with a slow zoom to zero on his angry face. Uses up.
Now fans can access the updated “Taylor’s Edition,” which includes a more mature Swift and official sound from their account.
According to a solid theory, his now-viral TikTok glitch wasn’t actually an accident
To play in this official sound and new song, Swift even filmed her own take on the trend.
After leaving the first TikTok with an official, new soundtrack, Swift filmed a “main character” trend video with it. “You set a date in November Red but then someone mentions 1989,” she wrote on the video, poke fun at the fact that she left Red to release one 1989 First.
By now you must be wondering why single 1989 came out before any single from Red (Taylor’s version) were released. Well, there are fans too. And the glitch in the video might explain it.
fan Undoubted Noticed video error; It is very clear. Sometimes when a user posts a really big or high-quality video, TikTok creates a permanent glitch on it. It doesn’t happen often but it’s not unseen either.
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.”
The “mess is an easter egg” theory had little support. That was, until Swift’s “Wildest Dreams” appeared on Spotify.
‘1989 (Taylor’s Version)’ Might Be Coming by Surprise
It’s one thing for someone to post an absolutely great video on TikTok and crash due to a glitch in the app. However, it’s another thing for that very famous artist to save that video with a glitch and use it as promotional material on the canvas of your song on Spotify. But the same thing happened.
When you listen to Swift’s “Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version)” on the listening platform, the background video on the Spotify app is her TikTok, glitch and all. Sure, she wanted some sort of continuity or didn’t want to do the film again, but that also feels weird.
But, apart from that, TikTok user @Tattycake Swift’s short TikTok hints she’s releasing, there’s a whole series on it 1989 (Taylor’s Edition) Together Red (Taylor’s Version).
First, @Tattycake posted a video that contained a similar glitch in Swift’s “Bad Blood” video; that song is on 1989. And in another video, she explains that Swift “made her”wildest dreams” tiktok, just like he blinked in his second canvas for “Long Story Short.” this is a song Evermore, and in that canvas, Swift is in a fall outfit, and little did fans know at the time but it would be the same look and dress for her Red (Taylor’s Version) Cover and reveal art.
Is this glitch a sign that she is mixing up the release of 1989 (Taylor’s Edition) And Red (Taylor’s Version) together, and wink is confirmation? Only time will tell but if it’s true, fans could get two more albums by the end of the year instead of just one.
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