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YouTube master Todrick Hall turns Taylor Swift’s discography into a 5-minute mashup

It's got everything.


Michelle Jaworski


Posted on Sep 22, 2015   Updated on May 27, 2021, 10:42 pm CDT

Everyone seems to be covering Taylor Swift lately, with Ryan Adams’ cover of 1989 and Father John Misty’s cover of Adams in particular quickly becoming earworms. But Todrick Hall now is adding his take on Swift’s music, and you won’t be able to shake it off anytime soon.

Hall has already expertly mashed up Beyoncé’s entire discography and Disney songs, and he takes the same amount of care when it comes to Swift’s songs. He doesn’t limit himself just to 1989, including a number of hits from Red, singles “You Belong With Me” and “Love Story,” and even some lesser known songs such as “Picture to Burn.”

It’s Swiftian overload, and we’re all for it.

Like she did for many previous fan covers of her songs, Swift quickly gave her seal of approval—and made Hall’s night in the process.

Update 7:26am CT, Sept. 23: The mutual admiration society reconvened at Taylor Swift’s show last night for an Instagram photo shoot and a voicemail-recording session.

H/T Mashable | Screengrab via todrickhall/YouTube

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*First Published: Sep 22, 2015, 1:05 pm CDT