Taylor Swift announces ‘Speak Now’ will be next re-recorded album
Swift, 33, In front of 70,000 fans at Nissan Stadium in her musical hometown, told the audience that her Nashville-era record will be re-released on July 7.
“With six extra songs I’ve sprung loose from the vault, I absolutely cannot wait to celebrate ‘Speak Now(Taylor’s Version)’ with you.” Taylor said.
Swift directed the audience at Nissan Stadium to look at large screens, which showed the “Speak Now” album cover and release date, Variety reported.
The singer then began singing “Sparks Fly,” a track from the album, as a surprise addition to her musical playlist, according to the entertainment news website.
Swift began releasing new versions of her albums in 2021 after a dispute over the ownership of the record masters, according to The Hollywood Reporter. “Fearless (Taylor’s Version),” and “Red (Taylor’s Version)” were released that year.