Taylor Swift reminds us why we fell in love with her and takes back control on 'Fearless (Taylor's Version)'.
A prolific artist in her own lane - having already released two surprise sister records ('folklore' and 'evermore') last year - the megastar has changed the face of music by releasing the first of six re-recorded albums, following a public dispute over the ownership of the original masters.
The 27-track album was produced by Swift, Chris Rowe, Aaron Dessner and Jack Antonoff and features collaborations with Colbie Caillat, Keith Urban and Maren Morris.
Fans have also been treated to six never-before-released songs, including standout tracks 'Mr. Perfectly Fine' and 'You All Over Me (Taylor’s Version)' featuring Morris, which never made it onto the original 2008 Grammy-winning record.
While artists continue to play their back catalogues live, it's a rarer occurrence to actually go back into the studio and reconnect with music a decade later, and that's essentially what Swift has done, while resoundingly marking her "Taylor's Version" stamp on a timeless classic and giving a middle finger to the men who tried to own her musical legacy.
Listen to 'Fearless (Taylor's Version)' here: