Taylor Swift Releases ‘You’re Losing Me’ After Being Named Spotify’s 2023 Top Global Artist

Taylor Swift Releases 'You're Losing Me' After Being Named Spotify's 2023 Top Global Artist

Taylor Swift has officially been named Spotify’s Global Top Artist for 2023, and he’s celebrating with a special surprise for fans.

Swift, 33, took to Instagram on Wednesday, November 29, to share her reaction to the performance. “Um ok this isn’t true??” he wrote along with Spotify’s new artwork. “I just want to say to anyone who listened to my music this year, anywhere in the world, thank you. Being named Spotify’s Global Top Artist of 2023 is definitely the best birthday/holiday present you could give me.

In return, Swift released “You’re Losing Me (From The Vault)” on all streaming platforms. “Many of you have been asking me to put (it) on streaming… so here it is! You can listen to TANWA now ,” he wrote.

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“You’re Losing Me” was first released in May as a bonus track on a special edition of his 2022 album, About midnight but only available to fans who can buy a physical CD from him Era Tour stopped at MetLife Stadium. The song was dropped a month later We are every week Swift has confirmed that she has split from her boyfriend of six years Joe Alwyn. At the time, fans were quick to speculate that “You’re Losing Me” referred to the end of the couple’s relationship.

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This year has been a big year for Swift, coming off her record-breaking streak Era Tour of his official billionaire status. “I thought a fun way to celebrate our year together would be to create The Eras Tour Concert Film you can watch it at home!” he wrote via Instagram earlier this month, revealing that the concert movie will be available to rent on demand starting Wednesday, December 13, his 34th birthday.

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The concert film debuted at AMC Theaters last month. Unlike the theatrical version, the extended film will feature “Wildest Dreams,” “The Archer” and “Long Live.”

Swift began The Eras Tour in Arizona in March, concluding the US leg with six shows in Los Angeles in August. He performed his last concert of the year in São Paulo, Brazil, on Sunday, November 26.

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When Swift reached the acoustic section of her set, she shared that all the surprise songs that she has performed are “fair game” to be repeated when she returns in 2024. “I feel like, for one year, we’ ve really gone through a lot of songs, so I’m just going to make all the songs fair game when we go back on tour,” he told the audience. “There are a few songs I really want to play, so I’m going to try to get them all done.”

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Previously, Swift promised to only sing a surprise song once, unless she made a mistake or it was on her About midnight album, which he called “the most accurate picture of my life so far.”