Around two years ago, renowned American singer-songwriter T-Swizzle aka Taylor Swift during a significant amount of media scrutiny released the Album ‘1989’ which emerged out as a massive success with 1.287 million sold in First week itself. As figures speaks the popularity for itself, the charisma of the pop star is reason that her dominance is not just limited to the music industry itself.
Swift recently made it to the headlines as the AT&T executive Bradley Bentley unveiled a new partnership between the telecom major and “Blank Space” singer Taylor Swift at Today’s DirecTV Now unveiling. The partnership comes with a special treat for the customers who happen to love “1989” as they will be getting exclusive content and footage, all ready for streaming.
The announced content deal is part of AT&T’s drive concentrating on original programming. Fans on AT&T will be delighted with the ability to watch 13 episodes featuring behind-the-scenes footage and commentary featuring Taylor Swift herself. There was no clear revelation about when the episodes will be aired. Although Bentley did hinted that the episodes will debut in a few weeks.
It has been quite some years that Swift has signed a deal with a major tech entity. The last deal that the singer-songwriter inked was with Apple for Apple Music, which undeniable was worthwhile as the partnership has so far brought in some popular and amiable ads connecting well with the admirers.