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It may well be popular music's answer to Hemingway's "For sale: baby shoes, never worn. There was a lot riding on Speak Now for Swift. Her sophomore album Fearless took home the Grammy for Album of the Year, was the best-selling album of 2009, and cemented her as country's biggest crossover star of the new century. That Speak Now is Swift's only album with nary a co-writer in sight is likely no coincidence, then. Producer Nathan Chapman is still behind the boards, but trusted co-writers like Liz Rose are notably absent. While Swift came out swinging on her self-titled debut album and entered the history books with Fearless, Speak Now was and remains her most complete artistic statement, and also the clearest portrait of who Swift is and what she cares about.

Her album is so good, it might actually go platinum. By this time last year, the RIAA had certified five new platinum albums. This year we've had zero. But Swift's sales estimates are currently shooting through the roof, and 1989 is now expected to sell 900,000 copies in its first week. As one of the most influential artists of her generation, Taylor Swift has seen incredible success on the Billboard charts. Over the course of her career, she's charted 60 entries on the Billboard Hot 100 - the most of any female artist since her debut in 2006. We are tremendously excited to be honoring her as the 2014 Billboard Woman of the Year for the second time," said Janice Min, co-president and chief creative officer of Guggenheim Media's Entertainment Group, which owns Billboard.

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TAYLOR SWIFT: I finished the track list about two months ago. I don’t stop writing songs when I have enough songs to make an album. For the last two years, I have just been trying to beat what I have on this list of potential songs for the record. I would think that working on an album is stressful. But when you talk about working on Speak Now, you seem so happy. For me, it’s just such a fun challenge to constantly be writing and constantly be trying to top what you just wrote. What I wrote last is something I got really excited about when I wrote it, but I know I could write something better. But it’s just a really fun thing to go through. Would you consider all the songs on this record to be love songs? Or are there some that aren’t?

It all started when West premiered his new album "The Life of Pablo" at his fashion show in New York. In the song "Famous," he rapped, "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex. Why? I made that b famous. There's a bunch of "he said, she said" floating around as to whether Swift was aware of the song. Friday morning, West took to Twitter in a 15-part rant that claims Swift knew about the lyric, was fine with it and that situations like these are the reason music is now watered down. In the past two weeks, West's behavior on the World Wide Web has been somewhat unpredictable. He's expressed support for Bill Cosby and got into an epic but NSFW fight with his ex-girlfriend, Amber Rose, and Wiz Khalifa.

It’s 1300 hours in the San Fernando Valley, and Project Sparrow is in full effect. In a nondescript parking lot at a soundstage in Van Nuys, California, a Blackwater-esque platoon of personal-security professionals stands at the ready. Every doorway and stairwell is guarded, and every window is blacked out. The occasion: a Taylor Swift video shoot. In 2014, a Swift shoot requires the kind of operational secrecy and logistical complexity rarely seen outside of a SEAL raid.