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1989 Release Week: On Air with Seacrest. The Talk. SiriusXM

Pass me a pillow, Taylor Nation.

Give me Blank Space or Style as the next single from 1989. Here at the Swift Agency, just a guy who needs a nap, we’re running on fumes. 208 more words

Taylor Swift

Cookin' Soul x Nas

Putting the soul element into Illmatic by Nas, which is (obviously) regarded as one of the best hip-hop albums of all time, Cookin’ Soul have created this mix-tape, SoulMatic - 75 more words


Albums that have made me, me.

I have been thinking long and hard for a few days now about this post that I’ve wanted to write. It all started when I saw things going around Facebook where people list the… 550 more words

You Me At Six

album review: Keyshia Cole - Point Of No Return

Taken from the tree of a Mary J. Blige, Keyshia Cole’s strongest material comes from the pain and suffering she has experienced in her lifetime via loving and learning.  292 more words


1989 Release Week: Taylor Swift performs on Good Morning America

They’ll tell you I’m insane, Taylor Nation.

The 1989 album is on constant repeat! Here at the Swift Agency, just a guy who had to make some sacrifices to make ends meet, we couldn’t be in New York City for release week. 197 more words

Taylor Swift

Throwback Thursday - Vinyl Records And Beyond

Anyone who grew up in the fifties, sixties or seventies probably had a collection of vinyl records, whether 45’s (45 RPM singles) or LP’s (Long Playing 33 1/3 RPM albums). 1,767 more words

#tbt Rufus Wainwright's 'Poses'

My first exposure to Rufus Wainwright came in 2001 when the singer-songwriter covered Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah’ for Dreamworks’ Shrek. Strangely enough, Wainwright’s version wasn’t even in the film; it was John Cale’s. 241 more words