Taylor Swift’s “New Year’s Day” Comes To Country Radio

Taylor Swift has made a comeback at country radio, as BMLG has serviced the piano ballad “New Year’s Day” to country radio stations. “New Year’s Day” is the closing track to Swift’s recently-released sixth studio album, reputation, which has already sold more than one million copies during its debut week. That feat makes Swift the only artist to have had a million-selling debut week four times (including her previous albums 1989, Red, and Speak Now).

Swift has already performed the piano ballad on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.

As a songwriter, Swift’s impact has been on country radio all year, as the sole writer behind Little Big Town’s chart-topper (and recent CMA Single of the Year winner) “Better Man.”

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