Taylor Alison Swift [ t E ɪ L ɚ æ l ɪ s ə n S W ɪ f t ] , born December 13, 1989 in Reading, Pennsylvania, is an American singer-songwriter and actress. with the independent label Big Machine Records, and is the youngest artist to have signed with the music publisher Sony / ATV Music Publishing.
The release of her debut album Taylor Swift (2006) makes her a country music star. She quickly becomes, thanks to Our Song, the youngest artist to have a single - which she wrote and composed herself - at the top of the musical rankings. In 2008, his second album called Fearless . Backed by two pop-style singles, "Love Story" and You Belong with Me < / span>, Fearless becomes the best selling album of the United States in 2009 and the artist launches at the same time his first international tour, the Fearless Tour. The album won four Grammy Awards, including "Album of the Year," making Taylor Swift the youngest artist ever to win the award. His third album, Speak Now (2010), counts more than a million copies sold the first week after its release. Taylor leaves shortly after for a world tour of more than one hundred dates.
In 2012, she released her fourth album, entitled Red, which runs to 1.2 million copies in the week of its release, the best start for an album of the 2010 decade. the album entitled We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together is his first tube to reach the head of Billboard Hot 100. The entirety of the Red Tour tickets that follow, his new world tour of nearly fifteen months, are sold, breaking sales records in several countries.