T-Swift fans think she might have even referenced cannabis in her newest album Lover. Dimitrios Kambouris Getty Images
02 September, 2019, 12:46
In fact, the 2018 Reputation stadium tour was the highest-grossing in the U.S. history with only 38 shows breaking the record of The Rolling Stones' Bigger Bang Tour's 70 shows.
Probably not. But that didn't stop fellow musician, who goes by the name Shere Kahnn, from launching a weed-inspired parody of Swift's 2014 hit song 'Shake It Off'.
Released on Aug 23, "Lover" has become China's most consumed worldwide full-length album this year, Universal said.
Swift has had a rough couple of years - her mother has been battling cancer, her enemies have attempted to destroy her reputation and she has had many publicly failed romantic relationships.
The album starts with a song called I Forgot That You Existed, which she explained was her bringing herself out of the reputation era. As super famous as Taylor Swift is, at least one person didn't know who she was. Fans will be able to create their own unique remixes of Taylor's single You Need To Calm Down and we love how much fun this sounds! "Lover" is a truly spectacular album, and there's definitely a song for everyone on it.
Taylor's collaborator Jack Antonoff previously revealed Taylor "wrote every stitch" of "Lover". It's obvious this song is meant for her boyfriend.
In the ballad, Swift tells the story of starting a new, magical relationship and being scared for its potential demise because it would be hard for her to ever revisit the place where she and her beau fell in love. In the song, she relays how different her life would be if she were a man and how sick and exhausted she is of men around her getting more opportunities at success due to their gender.
This album was incredibly well done.
Aldea told Vulture that while he knew of her music, he didn't make the connection. "Lover" deserves to be 2019's best selling album in the US after only two days of being released.