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I’ve used music to help me deal with life and love and all the important lessons you learn growing up

13 hours ago // 182 notes // by wawl-flaw-er

Phases (1/?): lovestruck, denial, unforgettable, realization, acceptance, celebration.

feel free to request a phase.

5 days ago // 548 notes // by metaphoral

Taylor in London, England on September 3

3 weeks ago // 146 notes // by wawl-flaw-er
Taylor at the VMA's 2014
1 month ago // 669 notes // by wawl-flaw-er

Just think while you’ve been getting down and out about the liars and the dirty, dirty cheats of the world, you could’ve been getting down to this sick beat.

1 month ago // 339 notes // by wawl-flaw-er

Taylor leaving the gym in NYC, NY on August 6

1 month ago // 101 notes // by wawl-flaw-er
Taylor leaving Reformation Store in New York City, New York
2 months ago // 179 notes // by wawl-flaw-er

GIVE ME THOSE CLOTHES ~ Taylor Swift in New York City, New York {7/21/2014}

2 months ago // 65 notes // by wawl-flaw-er

GIVE ME THOSE CLOTHES ~ Taylor Swift in New York City, New York {7/18/2014}

2 months ago // 76 notes // by wawl-flaw-er

 Taylor in New York City, New York on July 16

2 months ago // 75 notes // by wawl-flaw-er

GIVE ME THOSE CLOTHES ~ Taylor Swift in New York City, New York {7/14/2014}

2 months ago // 282 notes // by wawl-flaw-er

Scott, Taylor and Andrea shopping in New York City, New York on July 11th.

2 months ago // 292 notes // by wawl-flaw-er

GIVE ME THOSE CLOTHES ~ Taylor Swift shopping in New York City, New York {7/11/2014}

2 months ago // 195 notes // by wawl-flaw-er

GIVE ME THOSE CLOTHES ~ Taylor Swift in New York City, New York {7/9/2014}

2 months ago // 152 notes // by wawl-flaw-er

Where will the music industry be in 20 years, 30 years, 50 years? 

Before I tell you my thoughts on the matter, you should know that you’re reading the opinion of an enthusiastic optimist: one of the few living souls in the music industry who still believes that the music industry is not dying…it’s just coming alive.

There are many (many) people who predict the downfall of music sales and the irrelevancy of the album as an economic entity. I am not one of them. In my opinion, the value of an album is, and will continue to be, based on the amount of heart and soul an artist has bled into a body of work, and the financial value that artists (and their labels) place on their music when it goes out into the marketplace. Piracy, file sharing and streaming have shrunk the numbers of paid album sales drastically, and every artist has handled this blow differently.

In recent years, you’ve probably read the articles about major recording artists who have decided to practically give their music away, for this promotion or that exclusive deal. My hope for the future, not just in the music industry, but in every young girl I meet…is that they all realize their worth and ask for it.

Music is art, and art is important and rare. Important, rare things are valuable. Valuable things should be paid for. It’s my opinion that music should not be free, and my prediction is that individual artists and their labels will someday decide what an album’s price point is. I hope they don’t underestimate themselves or undervalue their art.

2 months ago // 47 notes // by wawl-flaw-er