Taylor Swift is excited to collaborate with a variety of artists on her upcoming album-source. The singer is reportedly working on a new studio album that will be her “most experimental” to date. A source told The Sun on Tuesday that the country singer-turned-pop star has been writing and recording her latest album in Nashville in recent weeks. According to the source, the music on the forthcoming album will be a radical departure from previous releases. The source explained that the singer will collaborate with a variety of artists on her upcoming album.
It will also be her most collaborative album to date, and she is eager to collaborate with new female artists and producers. Regarding the overall sound of the album, a few of the tracks resemble songs by other prominent musicians. ‘She recently invited some friends to write with her, and the resulting songs reminded her team of Stevie Nicks and Joan Armatrading,’ a source revealed. Instead of focusing on heartbreak and breakups like previous albums, her songs will reportedly reference her blossoming relationship with actor Joe Alwyn. The singer has not released a studio album since 2020, when she released the critically acclaimed Folklore in July and Evermore in December. Folklore won Album of the Year at the 63rd Grammy Awards, making Taylor the first female artist to win the award three times.