Taylor Swift has added 11 new songs to her re-recorded album Red. With the addition of 11 new songs to her Red album, Taylor Swift has refreshed her album.
Taylor Swift, who has re-recorded her old albums, announced that she has added 11 new songs to her Red album, which will be released with a new version in November.
Taylor Swift has confirmed the release date of her Red album, which has been re-recorded with 11 new songs.
The new version of the country music singer’s album Red, released in 2012, will meet with the audience in November. The album, which includes 16 tracks in its first version, also includes two hit singles such as I Knew You Were Trouble and We Are Never Back Together.
Announcing the release date of the album to her fans on Twitter, the 31-year-old singer also announced that there are 11 new songs in the album. For the album, which will be released on November 19, Taylor said, “You’re going to hear all 30 songs that were supposed to come out on Red for the first time, and one is 10 minutes long.”
After Scooter Braun sold the master records of the songs to an investment company in 2019, famous singer Taylor Swift decided to re-record all of her chart-topping albums to regain intellectual property control. The American singer started re-recording her songs with her album Fearless, which she released in 2008.