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“Whether GLAAD-handing with glee on You Need to Calm Down or protesting institutionalized sexism with incisive economy on The Man, Lover is Taylor Swift’s most socio-political effort so far – but it’s also a welcome return to the sillier side of Swift that’s been largely absent from recent efforts. Her effervescent self-effacement is on delirious display on London Boy (where she celebrates her British beau while goofily attempting U.K. jargon) and the spoken-word waltz interlude on Lover is a masterclass in mixing self-mockery with romantic sincerity. From synth-bops to acoustic laments, we’ve heard these sounds from Swift in the past, but never before has she sounded so comfortable, mature and downright happy delivering them.”

— Billboard ranks Lover as #3 on their list of 50 Best Albums of 2019 (December 10th 2019)

Source: TSwift Daily

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