Artists We Want To See Taylor Swift Collab With.

Taylor Swift is in the process of re-recording her old albums, and with that we have gotten several collabs with a variety of artists. Here’s our list of artists we would love to see Taylor collab with in the future!

We are officially 2 albums into Taylor Swift’s re-recording process, and with that, we have been given several new collabs with artists like Chris Stapleton, Phoebe Bridgers, Maren Morris, Keith Urban, and Ed Sheeran. With four more albums to go, there is plenty of room for our favorite musicians to make an appearance alongside Taylor in these monumental pieces of work. Here are our picks for artists Taylor should collaborate with next!

Harry Styles

This pop-star ex of Taylor’s is not a want but a need for “Style (Taylor’s Version)”. The pair is on good terms as we saw them chatting at the Grammys recently, and it’s no doubt that this collab would shatter any record there is to shatter. We truly can’t picture a new version of “Style” without Mr. Styles himself appearing on the track, so fingers are crossed for that one!

Selena Gomez

Taylor Swift’s best friend and pop star in her own right have yet to work with the singer on a song, and that can’t go on for much longer. While she did make an appearance in the squad-filled “Bad Blood” music video, we think Selena deserves her own feature on a Taylor song. If we are strictly talking re-recordings, “Better Than Revenge ft. Selena Gomez (Taylor’s Version)” is at the top of our list!

Olivia Rodrigo

Now, this one feels like an absolute must after all the hype surrounding Olivia’s “Sour” album that was heavily inspired by Taylor. These two artists have met in real life and clearly hit it off, many fans speculate that Olivia’s career will somewhat follow in Taylor’s footsteps. Considering how young Olivia is and how she’s just beginning her music career, we would love to see her featured on Taylor’s debut album, perhaps on a song like “A Place in this World.” 

Tom Odell

Tom Odell is a 30-year-old English singer-songwriter known for his song “Another Love” on his debut album Long Way Down. While Odell isn’t as big of a name as some of these other artists, his tone and style of music would be a beautiful combination with Swift’s voice, giving us an amazing collaboration. While he would also be a great match for several songs on Speak Now, we think a collaboration on “You Are In Love (Taylor’s Version)” would be perfect. What do you say, Taylor?

Carrie Underwood

Let’s bring back country Taylor! As she’s bound to re-record her most country album ever, Taylor Swift, there have to be a few solid country collabs on there as well. Obviously, Tim McGraw has to be featured on “Tim Mcgraw (Taylor’s Version)”, so no need to throw that one in the ring. Carrie Underwood, however, would be a perfect addition to this album, especially on a song like “Picture to Burn” or “Should’ve Said No”. Both of these classic, angry girl country songs would be right up Underwood’s alley, and now we won’t be able to get it out of our heads. C’mon Carrie, give the people what they want!

Vance Joy

We don’t know about you, but we’ve been dying for a song with these two for the longest time! As Taylor has recently entered the alternative/indie genre, we would love to hear a song with this Australian singer in the near future. His hits like “Riptide”, “We’re Going Home” and “Missing Piece” are all somewhat similar to Taylor’s lyrical style, and we know that those two in a writer’s room together would give us something magical. Perhaps we will see Vance Joy featured on a “From The Vault” track in “Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)”? Fingers crossed!

Doja Cat

Okay listen, this isn’t quite the style of music we are used to hearing from Taylor. However, Doja Cat is one of the best new artists in the past few years, and it would be a disservice to all pop-music fans for these two not to collab together. We’re thinking a “Reputation (Taylor’s Version)” track could be in Doja’s future and It’s about time we get a pop song from Taylor with a female rapper. We got Kendrick Lamar and Ed Sheeran, now it is time for Doja Cat. Begging on our knees for this one Tay, make it happen!

Little Mix

This girl group is known for their smash pop hits like “Black Magic” “Shoutout to my Ex” and “Woman Like Me”, all of which would fit in perfectly with Taylor’s 1989 pop style! After her recent collaborations with HAIM, it’s clear Taylor is open to working with a girl group, so Little Mix must be next on the list! The girl group is mainly touring in the UK, however a feature on “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” might give them a reason to spend some time on a US tour as well! This collab would bring us the pop single of our dreams, so here’s hoping these girls get to talking!

There are a million artists we would love to see Taylor Swift collaborate with, but these eight would truly be something special. What do we have to do to make this happen?

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Hope Burley

Hope Burley is a senior at Penn State University studying Telecommunications with a focus in television production.