NASHVILLE — Having balanced her career between the worlds of country and pop since 2006, Taylor Swift knew it was time to make some choices about her musical direction.
"I needed to pick a lane," says Swift, 24, who'll release 1989, her first full-fledged pop album, Monday. "If you chase two rabbits, at some point you end up losing them both. I wanted to pick one, and it was so easy to, because I was so naturally gravitating toward this '80s synth-pop-influenced so...
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