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‘I didn’t think it was going to be international news or affect a public offering,’ she claims.
‘If I have an opinion on something, I act accordingly – and I believe music is valuable.’ She ponders whether she’ll be the last person ever to sell this many records.
Crucially, she became one of the first country artists to use the internet to market herself, expanding her reach beyond the genre’s traditional heartlands to recruit an army of teenage girl fans.
By the time of her second album, Fearless, in 2008, Swift was already shifting away from country (its lead single, Love Story, became her first hit in the UK, where she was marketed as a pop artist).
‘There were so many doomsday theories about the music industry,’ she says.
‘For the last two albums I’d sold one million copies in a week, and I knew people were waiting to see me not hit that number and then diagnose the music industry as dying or dead.
‘I love the fact that they are all passionate about their jobs, whatever their jobs are.
A lot of celebrity-type people have this group of people around them where their friends’ main priority is them, and they feel comfortable with that dynamic.
Her acceptance speech was interrupted by the rapper Kanye West, who stormed the stage incensed that Beyoncé hadn’t won.Which is a lot of pressure to put on one artist and one album.’ Does she think future artists will sell records like this again? ‘We all have to step up and make albums that are good, top to bottom, if selling albums is still important.It is to me, but a lot of artists have already given up on that.The Swifts moved to Nashville, the home of country music, when their daughter was 15.Taylor and her mother had four years earlier hawked a demo CD around Nashville’s Music Row, going door-to-door in search of a break.