How many songs has Taylor Swift written? Taylor Swift and Damon Albarn’s drama explored: Popular American singer and songwriter Taylor Swift blamed and criticized musician Damon Albarn for the statement that she does not write her songs. At the time of an interview with media outlet Los Angeles Times, the 53-year-old musician took a dig at the songs of Swift, stating that co-writing “does not count”. On Monday, 24th of January 2022, Swift took to Twitter to respond to the asserts, slamming the frontman of the band Blur. The 32-years-old singer attested that she writes all her music and songs herself, and Albarn’s “entirely false” taken on the entire situation was “f*cked up.” Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com

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How many songs has Taylor Swift written?

The American singer then took another dig at the statement for Albarn, stating that she wrote the tweet herself, in case he was curious about that as well. At the time of the interview, Albarn stated that he understands what co-writing is, and it varies greatly from writing one’s own songs. “I am not hating on anybody, I am just saying there is a big difference between a songwriter and a songwriter who co-writes. This does not mean that the outcome can not be really great…I suppose I am a traditionalist in that sense.” The musician also observed that he likes the songs of Billie Eilish more than the songs of Swift because they are “less endlessly upbeat” and “darker”.

Taylor Swift and Damon Albarn’s drama explored

Taylor Swift has written all of her songs and has worked with many musicians over the years. According to Distractify, Swift is credited as a co-writer for all her songs since the release of her self-titled album in the year 2006. She has also written tracks with A-listers for many years. The last few albums she has released have featured Aaron Dessner and Jack Antonoff, whilst she has also worked with Imogen Heap, Liz Rose, St. Vincent, Max Martin, Ed Sheeran, and Shellback (among others).

Swift provides admires with a chance to peek into her songwriting process with her Netflix documentary “Miss Americana”, which followed her transition period from the Reputation of 2017 to the Lover of 2019. Indifference to her early albums, where most of the songs were written by her, later albums, such as Red (2012) and 1989 (2014) were heavily influenced by collaborations. Taylor wrote just one track in “1989” while Reputation was completely co-written.

Among the other songs Taylor Swift wrote but did not include on her albums is Calvin Harris’s “This Is What You Came For, Best Days of Your Life with Kellie Pickler, and You’ll Always Find Your Way Back Home from Hannah Montana: The Movie.

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