Taylor Swift talks about the "rarity,quot; of cats

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It is safe to say Taylor Swift2019 is ending on a strong note.

The 29-year-old singer recently made history at the 2019 American Music Awards by winning more AMA than any other artist. While Michael Jackson He has kept the record with 24, Swift beat him after winning the Artist of the Year and his favorite Pop / Rock album thanks to Lover. In addition, the pop singer was also honored during the AMA this year when she received the Artist Award of the Decade.

There is no doubt that Swift has had a great decade. The "Lover,quot; singer also became the first woman of the Billboard decade. Billboard announced that the singer would receive the important award at her Women in Music 2019 event, which highlights the most powerful artists and executives in the industry.

Now, the singer is adorning the cover of British VogueThe January edition before the December 20 release date of Cats

Appropriately, the singer sat with Andrew Lloyd Webber—What he composed in 1981 Cats musical based on the 1939 poetry collection of T.S. Eliot—To talk about the impact of Tom hooperfilm adaptation of Cats, about the music writing process, if Swift would ever deviate from the performance and about the "weirdness,quot; of Cats, which stars the singer.

The conversation between the two begins by touching the importance of writing music as an artist, or as Swift says: "Even if you are not a natural writer, you should try to get involved in the messages you are sending."

She said this by saying: "I think (writing) is really important, also from the property side about what you do and do." (And the ownership of music is extremely important for Swift, who has recently spoken publicly about men like Scooter braunsoon you will own your entire music catalog).

The theater world entrepreneur, Lloyd Webber, asks Swift about his seventh studio album, Lover. "Am I right in thinking that you approached his recording as if you were giving live performances?"

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Swift responds yes and that at that time, it was largely partly because he was really singing a lot since he had just finished a tour and then started working on Cats shortly after.

"So much of that album is almost complete shots," he adds. "When you play live, you are telling and entering the story and making faces that are ugly and giving a different meaning to a song every time you play it."

That led Lloyd Webber to ask if he ever felt the need to act.

"I have no idea," the singer replied. "When I was younger, I used to ask questions like & # 39; Where do you see yourself in 10 years? & # 39; I would try to answer. As I get older, I'm learning that wisdom is learning how silly you are compared to what you're going to know. I really had an amazing time with Cats I think I loved the oddity. I love how I felt I would never have another chance to be like this in my life. "

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