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Taylor Swift became a super star in country music in 2006 when she release her debut self-titled album. After she conquered the country music world she wanted to become a crossover musician. To date she is one of the biggest musicians in country and pop music. Over the course of her powerful career she has won nearly 300 music awards and has sold over 40 million albums world-wide. When you see her live in concerts you could hear songs like Shake It Off, Look What You Made Me Do, You Belong With Me and many more.

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