Taylor Swift Shares the Making of '1989' in New Listening Sessions
Singer Taylor Swift is sharing the story behind her latest album, "1989."
The three-part Listening Session series, presented by the Nashville Chapter of The Recording Academy and the Producers & Engineers Wing, explores Swift's production and songwriting process for the chart-topping record.
In the videos, Taylor talks in-depth about the making of the album and shares never-before-heard demos and personal cell phone videos.
Part 1 focuses on her musical journey and the creation of "Blank Space," Part 2 is a close look at her collaborations with Jack Antonoff on "Out of the Woods" and Ryan Tedder on "I Know Places," and Part 3 is all about her work with Imogen Heap on "Clean" and Max Martin and Shellback on "Shake It Off."