Taylor Swift Reflect On Kendrick Lamar Re-Recording “Bad Blood” Remix Verse For “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” Album

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Taylor Swift Reflect On Kendrick Lamar Re-Recording Bad Blood Remix Verse For 1989 (Taylor’s Version) Album

Kendrick Lamar re-records the “Bad Blood” remix verse for Taylor Swift.

Taylor Swift has released her fourth re-recorded album of her “1989 (Taylor’s Version)”. The original version was her fifth studio album, which was released in 2014. The project comes with a re-recorded version of Kendrick Lamar collab “Bad Blood” remix, and now the singer acknowledges the rapper in a heartfelt post.

“Watching @kendricklamar create and record his verses on the Bad Blood remix was one of the most inspiring experiences of my life,” she wrote. “I still look back on this collaboration with so much pride and gratitude, for the ways Kendrick elevated the song and the way he treats everyone around him. Every time the crowds on The Eras Tour would chant his line ‘you forgive, you forget, but you never let it… go!’, I smiled.”

She continued, “The reality that Kendrick would go back in and re-record Bad Blood so that I could reclaim and own this work I’m so proud of is surreal and bewildering to me. I’m overjoyed to say that the Bad Blood Remix (featuring Kendrick Lamar) is available everywhere on the 1989 Deluxe Edition.”

The re-recorded version of “1989” also includes five unreleased songs, titled “Sl-t!,” “Say Don’t Go,” “Now That We Don’t Talk,” “Suburban Legends” and “Is It Over Now?”.

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