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Taylor Swift Thanks Kendrick Lamar, Diane Warren & More for Making Her Wildest Dreams Come True With ‘1989’ Re-Record

From The Eras Tour to a gratitude tour: Taylor Swift just dropped her latest re-recorded album, 1989 (Taylor’s Version), and in all her social media activity since Friday’s release, she’s been thanking everyone who made her wildest dreams come true.

She started out by thanking Kendrick Lamar for re-recording his “Bad Blood” remix verse, and then she thanked her “precocious young son” Jack Antonoff for their first collaboration (2013’s “Sweeter Than Fiction,” which is now a bonus track on one of the 1989 vinyl variants). Finally, songwriter Diane Warren shared the bouquet of flowers and sweet note Swift sent her way for their “From the Vault” track “Say Don’t Go.”

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Below, listen to the new Billboard Pop Shop Podcast, on which Katie & Keith are chatting all about Swift’s latest re-record:

Also on the show, we’ve got chart news on how blink-182’s reunion album One More Time debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, how The Rolling Stones’ Hackney Diamonds debuts at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 — making the band the first act with new top 10s in each decade since the 1960s — and how Cher’s Christmas album debuts in the top 40 of the Billboard 200 and at No. 1 on the Top Holiday Albums chart.

The Billboard Pop Shop Podcast is your one-stop shop for all things pop on Billboard‘s weekly charts. You can always count on a lively discussion about the latest pop news, fun chart stats and stories, new music, and guest interviews with music stars and folks from the world of pop. Casual pop fans and chart junkies can hear Billboard‘s executive digital director, West Coast, Katie Atkinson and Billboard’s managing director, charts and data operations, Keith Caulfield every week on the podcast, which can be streamed on Billboard.com or downloaded in Apple Podcasts or your favorite podcast provider. (Click here to listen to the previous edition of the show on Billboard.com.)

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