One of our weakest points is being delicate and fragile. Sometimes, this is a good thing, but in most cases, this can lead to our destruction. Thus, Taylor Swift, released her single “Delicate” which is included on her album Reputation. Here, she showcased her other side by being vulnerable to anything.
“The Artist of the Year”
Taylor Swift also is known as Taylor Alison Swift is an American singer-songwriter. She was tagged as one of the World’s Leading Contemporary Artists. She is also considered as one of the highest paid singers with a total net worth of $320 Million. In addition, this Tennessee girl started with humble beginnings from being a fangirl into a superstar.
Further, Billboard knows her very well with her award-winning albums and singles. Taylor Swift also won the Artist of the Year in the most recent American Music Awards. Truly, her craftsmanship when it comes to music is exceedingly great. Thus, her highest grossing tour was the 1989 World Tour with over $250 Million and was tagged as one of the highest grossing tours of the decade. This only shows that a lot of people still love and support her regardless of her transition from country to pop.
“Delicate” was one of her singles that was included on her studio album “Reputation.” Taylor Swift released the single at the beginning of 2018, and it became a hit since then. Max Martin, a record producer, co-wrote the song, and upon its release, it received positive feedback from critics. Anyhow, the song became a hit even though it has few promotions. At first, Delicate landed at no. 84 on Billboard Hot 100, the following week it went no. 66 and finished at no. 12.
Taylor Swift did show her other side in composing it, focusing on being fragile and vulnerable. Showing her most honest and raw side in songwriting, Delicate shows the other side of human beings about worrying about what other people think of you before you meet them. At the end of the day, we will all go through this anxiety. But, the most important is you know yourself better than anyone else.