Taylor Swift is having “The Best Day” ahead of her “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” album drop.
The songstress, 31, was dubbed “the best CEO in music” by social media on Thursday after sending fans into a tailspin over the promotion of her album’s re-recording.
When it came to traditional methods, Swift appeared on “Good Morning America” early Thursday morning to release a snippet of the album’s titular song, but she took an unconventional approach of sending Conan Gray and Olivia Rodrigo her songs ahead of time so they could record videos.
The duo released a TikTok set to “White Horse” and another set to “You Belong with Me.”
Swift and the “Driver’s License” singer sparked a friendship after Swift praised Rodrigo for her single release. She also sent Rodrigo a $3,200 ring inspired by the one she wore while writing “Red.”
She also took to her favorite sleuthing platform — Tumblr — to share a snippet of her collaboration with Colbie Calliat, “Breathe.”
Swift also released a re-recording of a scrapped song called “Mr. Perfectly Fine” on Wednesday, much to the enjoyment of Sophie Turner.
The Grammy winner first announced in August 2019 that she planned to re-record her masters in 2020 after Scott Borchetta sold them to her nemesis, Scooter Braun, when Braun bought Swift’s old record label.
Braun then sold Swift’s masters in November 2020 for more than $300 million.