Hello Swifties, it's me again and today, I'll be talking about why I think we should do a Taylor Swift marathon on MTV. But before I begin talking about why I think MTV needs to air a Taylor Swift marathon. Here's the article that was made by Wall Street Journal. That article is called For Taylor Swift, the Future of Music Is a Love Story - The Singer-Songwriter Says Artists and Fans Will Still Form Deep Bonds, but They Will Do It in New Ways. This was tying in to the Wall Street Journal's 125th anniversary. Here, I'll give you the link to see it.
OK, I hope you enjoy this article.
Now, as you may know that Taylor Swift will no longer ake anymore country music. That means, Taylor Swift will be leaving country with her next album. That's right, there won't be any country music in her next album. Just pop. No country. This will be Taylor Swift's first pop album made by Big Machine Records. It would be pretty cool if Big Machine Records can make a pop music department one day. That would be awesome.
That reminds me, Taylor Swift will no longer perform anymore country music which means, Taylor Swift can play her country music on pop non-stop. Imagine Mean and Sparks Fly were played on pop radio. So as long as her country singles like Red were played on pop radio, then her country fans will be so happy. The problem is if a Taylor Swift song is country and not for crossover, pop can't play this one unless if it's crossover. Love Story works really well in 2008. But not Tim McGraw or Picture to Burn. That means pop listners won't be able to listen to her country singles like Ours. How will pop stations ever gonna play Taylor Swift's country music if her country music is only for country stations. I was thinking. I know, how about a Taylor Swift marathon on MTV. That would be pretty nice wasn't it. Now let's continue.
As you may know that Taylor Swift will be turning 25 on December 13. Which means, there might gonna be a December party bash or something on MTV when Taylor Swift turns 25 this year. I do think that MTV will air a Taylor Swift music video marathon. I think that I would like an MTV Taylor Swift music video marathon on MTV on something like the day Taylor Swift's next album was released. This will be Taylor Swift's big surprise on her anticipated 25th birthday. Now let's continue.
Remember MTV used to air music videos back in 90s and early 2000s like Spice Girls and Britney Spears? Yup, those were the days. Well, the problem is that TRL ended probably 6 years ago back in 2008. That means, there won't be anymore TRL. If only MTV should do more music videos in the afternoon. I know MTV has MTV Hits where you get to see pop music videos for Taylor Swift songs like 22. The problem is that music videos are shrinking on MTV and the only way is inventions. Even a music video marathon on MTV on July 4 last year couldn't save music videos on MTV. Anyway, let's continue.
Nearly 2 years ago when Taylor Swift turns 23, MTV airs a music video for I Knew You Were Trouble. It would be nice if Taylor Swift's birthday can do more MTV and Taylor Swift music video marathon would be perfect for her anticipated marathon or Taylor Swift's 25th birthday. MTV has to have music videos on the air even when the number of music videos are limited. Music videos is MTV's stapled broadcast. So I think that Taylor Swift music videos for country songs would be perfect for MTV. These country music videos for Taylor Swift songs can save music videos on MTV. Taylor Swift will be happy if MTV gets to air a marathon for all her music videos. So let's talk about the Taylor Swift music videos that aired on MTV.
The Taylor Swift music videos that you'll find on MTV are Teardrops On My Guitar, Our Song, Love Story, You Belong With Me Fifteen, Mine, The Story Of Us, Safe & Sound, We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together, I Knew You Were Trouble, 22 and Everything Has Changed. Other Taylor Swift music videos like Tim McGraw and Back To December doesn't. I know Back To December is a country/pop crossover song. But if would be nice if MTV could air the rest of Taylor Swift music videos like Ours. That way MTV think her country music are not pop music. So an MTV Taylor Swift music video marathon for MTV this year please. Taylor Swift music videos for country songs needs to air on MTV this year.
OK, my next subject is where I'll be talking about my prediction for MTV's Taylor Swift music video marathon. A 4th of July music video marathon on MTV started this trend when MTV airs Independence Day music video marathon the same day the marathon was aired on VH1 and CMT last year. So for my predictions, an MTV music video marathon that I'm predicting will be a Taylor Swift music video marathon. The music video marathon for Taylor Swift songs on MTV will be all music videos for Taylor Swift songs. Not just hit pop songs like 22 but Taylor Swift music videos in general like Ours. Since some Taylor Swift songs doesn't appear on pop music like Begin Again and only appeared on country music, these songs can make great placeholder songs on pop music. Whenever pop music overplays too much pop songs, then pop music will play Taylor Swift country songs like Sparks Fly to coll pop music down. Also, I would like Taylor Swift's country music to be her trademark music so that way her country music will be shown everywhere on not just country music regardless of songs Taylor Swift produced. OK, let's discuss my ideas for my predictions on Taylor Swift's music videos marathon on MTV. Here we go.
My predictions for the MTV Taylor Swift music video marathon:
A Taylor Swift music video marathon on MTV for all Taylor Swift music videos. That's right, all Taylor Swift music videos will appear in the MTV Taylor Swift music video marathon. Tim McGraw, Teardrops On My Guitar (pop remix), Our Song, I'm Only Me When I'm With You, Picture To Burn, Change, Love Story, White Horse, The Best Day, You Belong With Me (pop remix), Fifteen, Fearless, Mine, Back To December, Mean, The Story of Us, Sparks Fly, Ours, Safe & Sound (from The Hunger Games soundtrack), We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together, Being Again, I Knew You Were Trouble, 22, Everything Has Changed, Red, The Last Time and Shake It Off will appear in the MTV Taylor Swift music video marathon. It can be in any order. The Taylor Swift music videos for country songs that don't appear on MTV will be the MTV premiere of these Taylor Swift music videos. There will be normal airings of the said music videos on MTV and MTV Hits. Plus, the music videos featuring Taylor Swift for Two Is Better Than One, Half Of My Heart, and the MTV premiere of Tim McGraw's Highway Don't Care.
Plus, 2013 MTV Video music Awards (where Taylor Swift gets to say the F bomb to One Direction's Harry Styles) and 2009 MTV Video music Awards (From 2009, containing the scene where Kanye West bashes Taylor Swift winning You Belong With Me nomination and said Beyonce should won Single Ladies music video nomination.)
OK that's it. I hope you enjoy my predictions for Taylor Swift music video marathon on MTV. If this marathon wasn't on December 13, that's OK. It's just my opinion. The schedule that I made will be perfect for Taylor Swift's 25h birthday or tying in the release of her next album when the music video marathon for Taylor Swift songs airs on MTV at somepoint. I hope Taylor Swift will love my idea. OK that's it more my article about why we need a Taylor Swift MTV marathon.
So what do you think? Do you can MTV to play Taylor Swift's country music videos? Do you want to see a Taylor Swift marathon on MTV at somepoint? Sound off below!