Taylor Swift Releases Her Very Own Spotify Playlist And It's Definitely Inspired By Boyfriend Joe Alwyn

The 27-year-old has created her own playlist for her fans and no, it doesn't feature any of her own songs.

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Despite her rollercoaster relationship with music streaming website Spotify over the years, it appears Taylor Swift has decided to celebrate her rekindled friendship with the service, as well as her year-long relationship with British actor, Joe Alwyn.

On Friday, the 27-year-old singer tweeted a post to Twitter which linked to her very own carefully-curated Spotify playlist, inviting fans to delve into her musical influences and find out what she really listens to behind closed doors.

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And, to be honest, it's not too different to our own Friday night playlists.

With the likes of British musicians Charli XCX, Liam Gallagher, The xx, James Blunt, Ed Sheeran and Nial Horan featuring on the list, we have a feeling her musical tastes might have something to do with her London-born boyfriend.

Taylor and Joe have been dating for just under a year now and have been spotted regularly jetting between the US and the UK, with the 'Bad Blood' singer having reportedly bought a home in East London to be closer to her beau.

Elsewhere in the playlist, fans are treated to the delights of Rihanna, Kendrick Lamar, Ariana Grande and BFF Selena Gomez, as well as country icons Maren Morris and Brett Young.

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Swift's collaboration with Spotify comes three years after she penned an op-ed for The Wall Street Journal explaining why she thinks artists should be paid for their music. She subsequently removed all of her music from the streaming service, before reuniting with her 'ex' in June this year.

The news came as a shock to fans who suggested the collaboration came on the same day as the release of Katy Perry's new album Witness, following their well-known rivalry over the years.

Taylor Swift - the gift that keeps on giving.

You can listen to the playlist here.

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