Folklore was 2020's best-selling album(opens in a new tab) and earned Swift five GRAMMY nominations at the 2021 GRAMMY Awards show, including her fourth Album Of The Year nod. (evermore will be eligible for the 64th GRAMMY Awards in 2022.)
Folklore是2020年最畅销的专辑之一，并在2021年格莱美颁奖典礼上获得五项格莱美的提名，包括泰勒的第四张年度专辑The Year nod。(2022年有资格获得第64届格莱美奖)。
If there's one thing that Swift has proven throughout her career, it's that she refuses to be put in a box. And folklore’s radiance relies on three of Swift’s songwriting tools: heartfelt balladeering, autobiographical writing, and character-driven storytelling.
The 31-year-old musician won the Album of The Year for her quarantine album folklore.
In her acceptance speech, Taylor gave a special shout out to her boyfriend Joe Alwyn.
“Joe, who is the first person that I play every single song that I write, and i had the besttime writing songs with you in quarantine,” she said.
Keeping with the theme of Folklore, Swift began her performance with “Cardigan” as she sat atop a moss-covered cabin in the middle of an enchanted forest. Swift was in high spirits as she looked up to the audience, smiling just as much as she hit the notes of the tune.
She later entered the cabin and picked up her trusty black guitar to perform “August”, another fan favorite from Folklore. Here, Swift was joined by producers Jack Antonoff and Aaron Dessner, who both worked with the singer on her recent projects.
The medley ended with Swift and her collaborators performing “Willow”, Evermore’s opening track. Swift, already a 10-time GRAMMY winner, earned six nominations this year. She has a chance to take home gramophones for Best Pop Vocal Album and Album of the Year (Folklore), as well as Song of the Year (“Cardigan”) later tonight.