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As to why Swift is limiting her social media presence, the source revealed that the 27-year-old singer is heavily deciding on the theme and overall feel of her album, choosing between modern pop or country. Swift, who has residences in New York City and Nashville, is also reportedly in the midst of refurbishing her Tribeca penthouse.
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Taylor Swift, known for her upbeat pop songs and breakup ballads, has always been a standard setter and record breaker throughout her career. The 1989 singer has left a blank space in the public eye in recent months, rarely sharing posts to Instagram and largely avoiding public events.
She is said to be experimenting with different sounds and collaborating with new producers to put out another classic album.
Taylor Swift has been in the music industry for 13 years.
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