Taylor Swift is nobody's baby. She has a fixed place in the spotlight and in fans’ hearts everywhere.
Not only does she have (and keep) truly impressive creative control over her music--acting as sole writer for many of her songs
She became notorious for hinting at failed relationships in her songs, with some of the most desired and popular young men in the world. In the process she changed from saccharine romances like “Love Story” to take-charge narratives like “Look What You Made Me Do.”
It is very clear how powerful her words are—her album Reputation which debuted last year sold over a million copies in its first week.
But her social and political opinions have become just as powerful, after her call to vote prompted a massive spike in voter registration earlier this month.
How is Taylor Swift quickly becoming the most powerful young woman of her generation?