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Taylor Swift's New Earth, Wind & Fire Cover Includes A Possible Easter Egg

13 April 2018

Taylor Swift has released a rendition of Earth, Wind & Fire track "September".

Both of the new tracks were recorded in the Tracking Room in Nashville as part of the Spotify Singles series.

The move, coming on the back of Swift's Spotify exclusive video for Delicate, is the latest evolution in her relationship with streaming.

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Listen to the cover on Spotify and decide for yourself.

Swift's participation in Spotify Singles stands in stark contrast to a position she took against Spotify years ago that the service and other streaming offerings would ultimately hurt the music business.

In the autumn of 2014, Swift famously pulled her last album, 1989, and catalogue from Spotify having said she was "not willing to contribute my life's work" to the streaming experiment.

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"Another simply wrote, "#BlackTwitter I need you to make sure that Taylor Swift's cover of September never sees the light of day", as others expressed their disapproval. Another made this bold claim: "Taylor Swift covering September has ruined my Friday".

Check out Twitter's reaction to Swift's Earth, Wind & Fire cover below. Born and raised in Reading, Pennsylvania, Swift moved to Nashville, Tennessee at the age of 14 to pursue a career in country music before melding with pop to become an global superstar.

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Taylor Swift's New Earth, Wind & Fire Cover Includes A Possible Easter Egg