Taylor Swift Gets Candid About Sexism, Feuds, and Why Lover Album Is "a New Beginning"
Taylor Swift is coming to terms with her past and learning how to move on. The "ME!" singer covers the September issue of Vogue, and in the magazine, she opens up about everything from her feud with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West in 2016 to the sexism she has faced in the music industry. In addition to hashing out past drama, Taylor also takes a moment to talk about the future of her career, including her highly anticipated seventh album, Lover.
In the cover story, Taylor teases two unreleased songs on the album: "The Man" and the title track "Lover." While the latter track, which was coproduced by Jack Antonoff, includes beautifully written lyrics like, "My heart's been borrowed and yours has been blue. All's well that ends well to end up with you," "The Man" questions what Taylor's career would be like if she were a man. "If I had made all the same choices, all the same mistakes, all the same accomplishments, how would it read?" she says. Just from those two teases alone, we're more than ready for Aug. 23. See the rest of her quotes from the cover story ahead.